Aurelie Godet

Aurelie Godet
Aurelie Godet's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Cinema Scope
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T-Meter Title | Year Review
90% Mississippi Grind (2015) Mississippi Grind not only refuses to indulge in the easy pleasures of dramatic momentum, but it pushes its luck by meandering towards a bizarrely extended series of possible endings. - Cinema Scope EDIT
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38% Orphan (Orpheline) (2016) The awkward pair is central to a scene meant to be a narrative turning point and cross-cutting tour de force, but which feels botched and confusing instead, a textbook example of the aforementioned dramatic liposuction - Cinema Scope EDIT
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82% Divines (2016) Divines is at the same time overflowing, a typical case of an all-that-matters-to-me first feature, and dull, packed with clichés aimed at a mainstream teenage audience. - Cinema Scope EDIT
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88% After Love (L'économie du couple) (2017) The repetitive, insincere, and ultimately pointless dialogue in this crucial scene thoroughly tinges one's impression of the whole film. - Cinema Scope EDIT
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86% The Giant (Jätten) (2016) The Giant makes pétanque exciting and features the best friend you could ever dream of. - Cinema Scope EDIT
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86% Human Traces (2017) If you won't face the challenge of making every scene and every shot present, the risk that you unavoidably face is that your thriller may be left without the thrills. - Cinema Scope EDIT
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94% The Guardians (Les Gardiennes) (2018) While treating us with flashes of van Gogh-inspired beauty when the women are plowing and sowing, he trusts us to put together that these wheat-field warriors really are the pioneers of modern agriculture. - Cinema Scope EDIT
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88% The Great Buddha+ (2018) An extended, polite duel of veiled criticism which could be used as part of training programs for diplomats exemplifies what Huang does best: sit back and take pleasure in humans being both ingenious and worthy of laughter. - Cinema Scope EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 10, 2017