B. P. Flanagan

B. P. Flanagan
B. P. Flanagan's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Little White Lies Seventh Row One Room With A View

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
4/5 75% Tommy (1975) Can't get it out of my head, for better and worse. - Little White Lies EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 20, 2019
98% Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound (2019) Bertrand Bonello's films divide. They often take two simultaneous ideological stances on hot-button issues, operating like an essay, each scene a counterargument to the previous one. ...With his latest, Zombi Child..Bonello turns to race - Seventh Row EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 13, 2019
97% Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria) (2019) In Pain and Glory, Almodovar brings together fiction and biography to create a knotty self-portrait...[It is] the latest chapter in what has become an autobiography of anxieties and obsessions. - Seventh Row EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 24, 2019
5/5 100% Singin' in the Rain (1952) Effervescent, life-affirming cinema... an antidote to any ailment, illness, or woes about the state of Hollywood. - Little White Lies EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 17, 2019
No Score Yet Paris Stalingrad (2019) Meddeb captures a chorus of voices expressing anxiety, friendship, history. Paris Stalingrad's purpose seems not to presume to change things with her filmmaking as much as to capture the stories that took place within this period. - Seventh Row EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 20, 2019
100% The Lost Okoroshi (2019) Shot for maximum impact, between the lurid color, wild plot turns, and thumping, party-ready soundtrack -- The Lost Okoroshi has the potential to cross over to a wider, youth-oriented audience. - Seventh Row EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 20, 2019
100% White Lie (2019) The clinical cinematography almost operates like The Terminator's viewfinder. It's chilling filmmaking, with suspenseful tones on the piano soundtrack and an unending nasty feeling to the whole affair. - Seventh Row EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 20, 2019
3/5 84% Ad Astra (2019) From the delivery of the visuals, to the operatic strings, to the ultimate motivations driving the characters, it's one of the year's richest blockbusters, but there's little here that can be called [James] Gray's own. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 20, 2019
3/5 89% Rocketman (2019) You can't simplify a person's entire motivation into a few relics from childhood, as [Dexter] Fletcher clumsily attempts here. But when we hurtle through a life lived, and when John interacts with his past, Rocketman becomes a hot-blooded joy. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted May 22, 2019