Chandler Levack

Chandler Levack
Chandler Levack's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Globe and Mail
Publications: Globe and Mail

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
4/4 97% Booksmart (2019) Booksmart is a love letter for any young woman who has ever stayed home on a Friday night to watch a Ken Burns documentary. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted May 24, 2019
2.5/4 34% Poms (2019) Desperately wanting to look and feel like Something's Gotta Give, it settles for a septuagenarian Lifetime aesthetic. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted May 8, 2019
0/4 17% Hellboy (2019) Watching Hellboy is my new personal idea of hell. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 12, 2019
2.5/4 57% Pet Sematary (2019) Hidden within the deep recesses of Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmye's not-that-scary movie is a really compelling film about death, unfortunately they're tasked with a bland, way too literal script to be able to make it. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 5, 2019
3/4 76% Hotel Mumbai (2019) An all-out assault on the senses, Hotel Mumbai will stay with you, though it's hard to watch. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2019
2/4 27% The Aftermath (2019) Unfortunately, a weak screenplay co-written by Anna Waterhouse and Joe Shrapnel (what a pen name) drags everything down as the film takes a page from every illicit historical romance in history. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 21, 2019
3.5/4 100% Invisible Essence: The Little Prince (2018) There's a compelling mystery at the core of Invisible Essence: The Little Prince. But more than anything, it will inspire you to pick up that dog-eared copy of the novella you've had since childhood. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 7, 2019
4/4 100% What Walaa Wants (2018) The film is ultimately a redemptive story, but one that's been finely crafted and plainly told. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 28, 2019
2/4 68% Isn't It Romantic (2019) Isn't It Romantic barely gives its commanding star a plot, let alone a character arc. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 13, 2019
3.5/4 89% The Kid Who Would Be King (2019) There are times when one must simply quote Weird Al: The Kid Who Would Be King gets medieval on our heinies. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 18, 2019
3/4 45% Second Act (2018) The film feels as finely tailored to J. Lo as the booty-enhancing pencil skirts she wears throughout the movie: Second Act's Maya from Queens is our Jenny from the Block. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 21, 2018
4/4 100% They Shall Not Grow Old (2019) A powerful tribute to every veteran and one of the most empathetic portraits of war ever created. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 21, 2018
15% Robin Hood (2018) Hey ... it's almost as if they're stealing our money and selling it right back to us by way of another thoughtless capitalistic Robin Hood remount. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 25, 2018
82% Instant Family (2018) Instant Family has its heart in the right place within a genre that has set the bar low. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 18, 2018
3.5/4 60% Octavio Is Dead (2018) A love story in which the haunting complexities of sexuality and gender are treated with cinematic urgency. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Jun 22, 2018
1/4 39% Backstabbing for Beginners (2018) Whatever potential was evident in Soussan's source material is wasted on empty clichés and spoiler-alert casting. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted May 4, 2018
4/4 97% The Rider (2018) Jandreau, acting opposite his real-life family members and friends, disappears into a role largely based on his own experiences, oozing empathy from his pores. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2018
3.5/4 92% Love, Simon (2018) As a consumer, it is simply your responsibility to see it, just so that many more Love, Simons can be made. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2018
2.5/4 38% Nostalgia (2018) Only a few of the characters are well-developed enough to sustain the movie's interest, while the rest speak in obscure, poetic dialogue that repeats the central thesis ad nauseam. - Globe and Mail EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2018