Andrew Stover

Andrew Stover
Andrew Stover's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry Cultured Vultures

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
43% After the Wedding (2019) 2019's After the Wedding wants nothing more than to be a tearjerker, but the emotions run cold and the twists are all for show, with little substance. It's best to send your regrets. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 11, 2019
95% Harpoon (2019) Harpoon never gets deep enough to attain full authenticity, but it's still a fittingly tense and amusingly deranged romp, poking fun at how incredibly low these people are drowning into moral abyss. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 8, 2019
17% Groupers (2019) Anderson Cowan's directorial debut isn't perfect, and it certainly isn't a mainstream product for the masses, but it has its merits. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2019
38% Don't Let Go (Relive) (2019) Don't Let Go sounds clever and mystical, but it's enfeebled by a police-corruption subplot that unravels in half-baked realizations and twists. It's a time-consuming thriller with alluring configuration and very little payoff. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 10, 2019
100% Every Time I Die (2019) Every Time I Die could have easily been overpowered by superfluous gore or supernatural hokum but instead, it's a captivating little tale about self-image, with a mystical and poignant touch. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 6, 2019
100% Teacher (2019) Teacher will break your heart as much as it will make your heart race. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 15, 2019
No Score Yet Nothing Really Happens (2017) In Nothing Really Happens, things do happen: characters have personal encounters, stakes are clearly drawn and there's sensibility in the endless haze of perplexity. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 8, 2019
67% Lying and Stealing (2019) Matt Aselton doesn't break any new ground with his art heist thriller, but he still packages some fast-paced, B-movie fun. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 6, 2019
No Score Yet Surviving Confession (2019) Surviving Confession is very much a lively indie taking place in a lifelessly cramped setting, while bluntly speaking some commendable verities of being human. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 30, 2019
100% Eaten by Lions (2018) Eaten by Lions will not consume your time and leave you hungry for more effective entertainment, it'll fill the void with laughs and wacky characters worth rooting for, and it just so happens to be a wonderful tale of brotherly love and multiculturalism. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 22, 2019
No Score Yet The Refuge (2019) The Refuge keeps patient viewers hooked and film lovers invested by maintaining a harsh and eye-catching atmosphere and storytelling angle. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019
80% Wade in the Water (2019) Wade in the Water emerges from indie roots, inheriting a vague future, but make no mistake, it cultivates a lot of screwy laughs, a lot of suspense and a lot of truth. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019
No Score Yet Crisis Hotline (2019) Crisis Hotline succeeds in meaning as much as it does in suspense. This is a thriller with a mightily subtle pace and a frighteningly hypnotic atmosphere, laced with brimming sexuality and perfidy. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019
14% The Hustle (2019) This is a comedy without a soul, which also just happens to be a comedy without prompting any genuine laughs. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019
No Score Yet The Shade Shepherd (2019) At the end of the day, The Shade Shepherd is a thumping and garish character venture, made to look and feel alluring, yet ends up inheriting an artistic drive, low on fuel and brisk in speed. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019
67% Just Say Goodbye (2019) Far from being perfect and far from being the solution to society's approach to teen suicide, a freshly moving perspective revitalizes the discussion of what teen suicide entails for those close to the victim. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019
100% Everlasting (2016) Everlasting is anything but passive; it's perpetually moving and evincing its empathy and heartache in subtle strives. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 3, 2019