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Angie Errigo

Angie Errigo
Angie Errigo's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Empire Magazine, Daily Mail (UK), London Evening Standard, The List

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 89% Jackie (2016) A mesmerising reflection on celebrity, memory and the determined individual crafting history. ‐ The List
Posted Jan 16, 2017
3/5 100% The Pass (2016) Well played, gents. ‐ The List
Posted Dec 6, 2016
3/5 71% Bleed For This (2016) Teller is hot stuff now, but he isn't Robert De Niro, not yet. ‐ The List
Posted Nov 28, 2016
2/5 48% Almost Christmas (2016) Okay, we have seen worse Christmas movies. ‐ The List
Posted Nov 28, 2016
3/5 37% Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) There's a comfortably familiar, old-fashioned feel to proceedings but it's solid, muscular action entertainment. ‐ The List
Posted Oct 19, 2016
91% Dohee-ya (A Girl at My Door) (2015) It's intriguingly set up, very well acted, and exerts a compassionate fascination, but offers a - perhaps intentional - disquieting, not quite satisfactory outcome that is less than the 'and they lived happily ever after' suggested. ‐ MovieMail
Posted Oct 14, 2016
3/5 69% The Infiltrator (2016) Bryan Cranston, playing Bob, carries the movie, at home in guises from bowling alley sleazebag to slick mafioso accountant, and sympathetic throughout. ‐ The List
Posted Sep 12, 2016
3/5 40% The 9th Life of Louis Drax (2016) Max Minghella's screenplay adaptation of the novel by Liz Jensen is intelligent and sensitive, negotiating the mystery, suspense and supernatural fantasy elements in a story that is grimly realistic at its sad heart. ‐ The List
Posted Aug 30, 2016
3/5 89% The Childhood of a Leader (2016) You have to applaud the bravura craft components of the film, even though you may dislike its pretentiousness. ‐ The List
Posted Aug 15, 2016
3/5 93% Swallows and Amazons (2016) It could not be more English and it's as sweetly satisfying as a cream tea. ‐ The List
Posted Aug 15, 2016
3/5 34% Now You See Me 2 (2016) The Horsemen are smug, the plot sometimes impenetrable but the third act is such cleverly orchestrated fun perhaps there is hope that all will become clear in the already announced Now You See Me 3. ‐ The List
Posted Jul 4, 2016
3/5 97% Weiner (2016) A cautionary tale that is funny, sad, absurd and decidedly of our time, it's one for political junkies. ‐ The List
Posted Jul 4, 2016
3/5 84% The Meddler (2016) A cute little film ... ‐ The List
Posted Jun 20, 2016
3/5 74% The Secret Life of Pets (2016) Moderately chucklesome ... ‐ The List
Posted Jun 20, 2016
4/5 93% Fire at Sea (Fuocoammare) (2016) Poetic and powerfully affecting. ‐ The List
Posted Jun 6, 2016
3/5 78% Where to Invade Next (2016) It's an entertaining, stimulating discussion with many points the British can chew on too. ‐ The List
Posted Jun 6, 2016
4/5 98% Love & Friendship (2016) Boasting a beautifully calibrated tone, it's wickedly droll and choicely acted by the entire ensemble. ‐ The List
Posted May 23, 2016
2/5 24% The Silent Storm (2014) Given the proven abilities of the principal participants, it's all unforgivably inept and a credit some of them might prefer to expunge from their CVs. ‐ The List
Posted May 16, 2016
4/5 87% Florence Foster Jenkins (2016) Delightfully, in the hands of director Stephen Frears it is a confident balance of uproarious laughs and genuine pathos, a lively, colourful, tender (and beautifully dressed) celebration of crazy dreamers and love. ‐ The List
Posted May 4, 2016
3/5 69% Steel Magnolias (1989) A good film for the soft-hearted more than the paean to womanly strength that was its motive. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 26, 2016
4/5 90% Captain America: Civil War (2016) There is real maturity in a story of guilt, revenge, torn loyalties and tragic revelations - between the fights, explosions, chases and general awesomeness. ‐ The List
Posted Apr 25, 2016
2/5 13% Despite The Falling Snow (2016) It's as if a quickly discarded, crumpled-up concept was pilfered from John le Carré's waste basket by a romance novelist. ‐ The List
Posted Apr 11, 2016
59% Eisenstein In Guanajuato (2016) It's art with a capital A, and also a lot of fun. ‐ The List
Posted Apr 11, 2016
3/5 87% Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016) While the adventure is not as entirely 'Awesome!' as its predecessor, or as its hero proclaims it to be, it is - as he is also fond of exclaiming - 'Sweet!' ‐ The List
Posted Mar 7, 2016
4/5 95% Hitchcock/Truffaut (2015) A treat for Hitchcock fans and cineastes, this is absolutely a primer for any and all budding filmmakers and should send people rushing out to get a book that's still in print and still arguably the most indispensible tome on movies ever written. ‐ The List
Posted Feb 29, 2016
3/5 93% Janis: Little Girl Blue (2015) Baby boomers will shed a tear for this little girl lost and thrill to her rare musical power, while whippersnappers who know naught of Janis should check her out. ‐ The List
Posted Feb 1, 2016
4/5 88% The Big Short (2015) Grownups with an attention span, prepare to be delighted. ‐ The List
Posted Jan 18, 2016
2/5 33% By The Sea (2015) Such a disappointingly self-indulgent, vapid vanity project it almost feels like a parody. ‐ The List
Posted Dec 8, 2015
4/5 53% The Dressmaker (2016) Kate Winslet is an absolute goddess in this hilarious, moving and very dark Australian dramedy based on the bestselling novel by Rosalie Ham. ‐ The List
Posted Nov 16, 2015
2/5 81% Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans (2015) One comes out of this fragmentary documentary about the King Of Cool's passion for motor racing liking him much less than one did going in. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 12, 2015
4/5 97% Brooklyn (2015) Unashamedly romantic and achieved with a beautifully subtle, old-fashioned elegance, it's a graceful coming-of-age tale ripe for awards. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2015
2/5 30% Burnt (2015) Glossy, hollow disaster. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2015
2/5 30% Burnt (2015) Of all the movies in which cooking is a metaphor for love or a vehicle for redemption, Burnt may be the first in which the carefully presented, fastidiously styled chow looks like nothing you actually want to eat. ‐ The List
Posted Nov 4, 2015
4/5 97% Listen To Me Marlon (2015) There is delight and distress in equal measure: for his talent, mischief, waywardness, for the disillusionment and tragedy of his later years. Unique. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Oct 22, 2015
4/5 73% Suffragette (2015) A wonderfully involving, moving Carey Mulligan and the spirited ensemble around her flesh out a handsomely crafted, timely look at why and how far people are willing to go for a cause. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Oct 15, 2015
2/5 15% Regression (2016) The exploration of whether regression therapy reveals buried memories or implants false ones is cheapened by a succession of dumb clues as to what is - disappointingly as it turns out - really going on. ‐ The List
Posted Oct 7, 2015
5/5 80% Macbeth (2015) Inspired, innovative, stunning, with unforgettable performances and images, this is up there with the great screen Shakespeares. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Oct 1, 2015
2/5 4% Some Kind of Beautiful (2015) We all like Brosnan and one is mortified to be ageist, but for this to have been even slightly romantic, funny or bearable the male lead -- and everyone else -- wanted to be much younger. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Sep 23, 2015
4/5 87% Mia Madre (2016) Among the excellent principals, top-billed Turturro enlivens things wonderfully, but the real star, Buy, is magnificent. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Sep 23, 2015
2/5 26% Captive (2015) Oh Lordy. ‐ The List
Posted Sep 22, 2015
3/5 46% A Walk In The Woods (2015) This slight, lightly charming comic adventure is most obviously appealing for the "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" set - though Bryson himself was in his forties when he made his journey. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Sep 17, 2015
3/5 46% A Walk In The Woods (2015) As comic adventures go this is amiable - almost entirely because the interplay between its two stars is engaging - but not sufficiently eventful to qualify as a thigh-slapping misadventure, or a journey to redemption. ‐ The List
Posted Sep 14, 2015
3/5 73% Everest (2015) If it's vertiginous thrills and tragedy you seek, this is the place. If it's depth of character rather than of crevasses, perhaps not. ‐ The List
Posted Sep 14, 2015
3/5 48% Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015) Nicely dark, doomy and creepy, more graphically violent than the first film, and more grown-up. ‐ The List
Posted Sep 9, 2015
3/5 64% Ricki And The Flash (2015) Meryl is a goddess, there are some laughs and the sing-along climax is sweetly joyous. ‐ The List
Posted Aug 31, 2015
3/5 49% Manglehorn (2015) Holly Hunter goes toe-to-toe nicely with the superbly understated Al Pacino loner obsessed with a long-lost love - one of his most rewarding outings in a very long time. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Aug 6, 2015
3/5 7% Hot Pursuit (2015) It's genial, with appealing stars and fair giggles. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jul 30, 2015
2/5 7% Hot Pursuit (2015) It starts running out of gas and gags well before the end, the appealing interplay between the stars crying out for a sharper script and higher calibre action. ‐ The List
Posted Jul 27, 2015
3/5 61% Southpaw (2015) Gyllenhaal, at the least, punches above the plot's weight with a winning, award-calibre performance. ‐ The List
Posted Jul 22, 2015
4/5 99% Song Of The Sea (2014) A beguiling blend of the unfamiliar and culturally specific with the universally appealing. ‐ The List
Posted Jul 6, 2015