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Beth Wilson

Beth Wilson
Beth Wilson's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): IGN Movies AU, Trespass

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
86% Inception (2010) This is finally a big-budget film where the money feels well spent. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jul 20, 2015
90% Coraline (2009) Whilst the denouement is a little rushed, not meeting the exceptional standards established in the first two thirds of the film, the deconstruction of the other world is fascinating as it unravels in front of your eyes. ‐ Trespass
Posted Nov 17, 2014
90% Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) Safety Not Guaranteed has real pathos which is always a lovely counterbalance to comedy. ‐ Trespass
Posted Oct 18, 2012
50% Hit & Run (2012) While Hit & Run isn't going to be on any best of the year lists, it is a very good example of making a solid film in a tight time-frame. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 6, 2012
83% The Tall Man (2011) What happened in the 45 minutes from Doomadgee's arrest till his death should weigh heavily on Australian audiences. ‐ Trespass
Posted Nov 17, 2011
100% Autoluminescent: Rowland S. Howard (2011) Although this film will obviously interest Howard's fans, even those who are unaware of his legacy will find Autoluminescent a fascinating dip into the life of a musical genius. ‐ Trespass
Posted Oct 28, 2011
89% The Trip (2011) The Trip is a very funny film about friendship that has a surprisingly touching twist in its tail. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jun 30, 2011
79% The Reef (2010) There is something fun about being scared by a movie and The Reef offers that sort of safe danger that, for some reason, most of us occasionally crave. ‐ Trespass
Posted Mar 14, 2011
87% Rango (2011) With its many allusions to other films like Chinatown, The Three Amigos and any number of spaghetti Westerns, Rango seems to have pulled off the Pixar trick of entertaining both young and old. ‐ Trespass
Posted Mar 9, 2011
60% Wasted on the Young (2010) Sadly the plot falls short of its director's aspirations, and given his obvious filmic talents this is all the more disappointing. ‐ Trespass
Posted Mar 2, 2011
75% The Way Back (2011) The characters are so underdeveloped that there exists no real relationship between them on screen or in fact between characters and the audience. ‐ Trespass
Posted Feb 24, 2011
56% Unknown (2011) With no aspirations above its genre, Unknown embraces the implausibility of its tale and delivers fun but rather forgettable viewing. ‐ Trespass
Posted Feb 18, 2011
98% Inside Job (2010) Inside Job, which looks at the causes and consequences of the 2008 economic collapse, is truly terrifying cinema-viewing. ‐ Trespass
Posted Feb 15, 2011
49% No Strings Attached (2011) An inoffensive, oft entertaining and even occasionally funny addition to the genre. ‐ Trespass
Posted Feb 10, 2011
92% Another Year (2010) Another Year is definitely one of Leigh's best films, with the apparently ordinary proving to be quietly and subtlety moving. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jan 24, 2011
87% Black Swan (2010) The film is beautiful and lyrical at times before switching to the full power of the melodrama, this duality is definitely something to be appreciated. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jan 14, 2011
88% Blue Valentine (2010) Emotionally raw, heartbreakingly beautiful and superbly acted. ‐ Trespass
Posted Dec 20, 2010
87% Buried (2010) Highlighting the talent and inventiveness of all involved, Buried is gripping and entertaining, making it perfect cinema viewing. ‐ Trespass
Posted Oct 7, 2010
36% Eat Pray Love (2010) Give me real emotions of guilt, embarrassment and confusion any day over the forgettable trite this film exudes. ‐ Trespass
Posted Oct 5, 2010
6% The Last Airbender (2010) A big ol' mess of atrocious acting and terrible scripting, The Last Airbender is a definite nominee for worst film of 2010. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 15, 2010
86% Please Give (2010) Please Give isn't laugh-out-loud funny, it is witty and clever-a pleasing tale where not much happens, but spending time with the film's characters is enough. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 8, 2010
91% The Father of My Children (Le pere de mes enfants) (2010) The subtle, tender sadness of the film trumps any of its small scripting problems and certainly marks out not only the film's young cast members but also the director as ones to watch. ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 25, 2010
82% Four Lions (2010) A film you expect to be funny given the comedic talent attached, but surprisingly it is also strangely moving as well. ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 20, 2010
62% Salt (2010) This is a story of espionage that completely forgot to include any of the required intrigue and excitement -- basically a thrill-less thriller. ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 16, 2010
74% Splice (2010) Splice is most enjoyable when it embraces and revels in its science-experiment-gone-wrong cheeky horror persona. ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 11, 2010
81% Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) It may be that Wright has given us the best video-game inspired film yet. ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 11, 2010
68% The Runaways (2010) Stewart shows off a tougher persona than we usually see from her, proving she is far more than just a pout. Ultimately though the standout in the film is Fanning, who seems to be successfully transitioning from child to adult actor. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jul 13, 2010
46% Creation (2010) With solid performances, this film provides an interesting alternative look at one of the most influential scientists of the modern era. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jul 13, 2010
64% Predators (2010) This is the kind of film you go to expecting gore and shocks; ultimately these two elements, along with the predators themselves, are sadly awol in this latest version. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jul 7, 2010
47% The A-Team (2010) The A-Team is a truly awful film, both script-wise and visually -- but if you go in knowing this, the experience is almost fun. ‐ Trespass
Posted Jun 9, 2010
57% The Stoning of Soraya M. (2009) This film is by no means a cinematic masterpiece, but Aghdashloo's strong performance holds the film together. ‐ Trespass
Posted May 27, 2010
2/5 36% Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010) With the plot so under-nurtured, the action sequences needed to be spectacular, but many audiences will probably leave the cinema unsatisfied. ‐ IGN Movies AU
Posted May 27, 2010
91% Fish Tank (2010) Not finely polished like a big budget film, Fish Tank's ability to connect with audiences is reflected in the multiple awards the film, its director and its star have received. ‐ Trespass
Posted May 25, 2010
64% Harry Brown (2010) This is tabloid propaganda and an irresponsibly negative stereotype to attach to the youngest and poorest section of society. ‐ Trespass
Posted May 21, 2010