Caden Mark Gardner

Caden Mark Gardner
Caden Mark Gardner's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Hyperallergic
Publications: Hyperallergic

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
100% A Bread Factory, Part One: For the Sake of Gold (2018) A smart film that showcases Wang's willingness to experiment and take risks, it is also incredibly personal to him. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 28, 2020
100% A Bread Factory, Part Two: Walk with Me a While (2018) In Part II, called "Walk With Me a While," the film becomes far more experimental, deconstructive, and unpredictable. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 28, 2020
100% Olivia (The Pit of Loneliness) (2019) Olivia's lovestruck, aching experience and self-realization are made vivid by Jacqueline Audry. Exceptional in more ways than one, Olivia proves to be ripe for rediscovery. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 26, 2020
83% The Gospel of Eureka (2019) The Gospel of Eureka subverts the outsider gaze by using Eureka Spring's local color to demonstrate how its Christian and queer populations are more intertwined than divided. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 26, 2020
100% Gay Chorus Deep South (2019) Gay Chorus Deep South feels like a self-serious PSA designed by the Human Rights Campaign than challenging cinema. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 26, 2020
80% The Hours and Times (2019) A dynamic and frank depiction of friendship and same-sex attraction that's well worth revisiting. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 26, 2020
93% Bisbee '17 (2018) Divisions, collaboration, dreams, nightmares, paranoia, land, facades, and capital have always been key cogs in the darkness of the American experiment, and Bisbee '17 won't let you forget that. - Hyperallergic EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 25, 2020
100% Chained for Life (2019) Often funny, consistently bizarre, surprisingly sweet, and resolutely provocative, there is perhaps no other American film released this year that meditates this intensely on what it means to feel seen in film. - MUBI EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 21, 2019
85% Girl (2019) It employs cheap moments of trauma and body horror that evince its director and co-writer's narrow vision of his lead character and, alongside that, extremely narrow view of transness. - Reverse Shot EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2019