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Daniel Palmer

Daniel Palmer
Daniel Palmer's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Somewhere Beautiful (2017) In its search for a unifying metaphor, Somewhere Beautiful drifts between a travelogue and a show-reel, an experiment which never quite moves beyond the picturesque.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted May 2, 2017
100% Cries From Syria (2017) Cries from Syria is one of the most cogent attempts to dispel the poisonous myths being promulgated in certain sections of the media with regard to refugees.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Mar 12, 2017
90% Blood On The Mountain (2016) Blood on the Mountain is not overly daring in its formal approach, but the story is so compelling that stylistic bells and whistles are not necessary.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Feb 21, 2017
98% The Fits (2016) The Fits positions Holmer at the vanguard of new voices, possessing the potential to enliven the frozen forms of mainstream cinema if given the opportunity.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Feb 9, 2017
96% Paterson (2016) Paterson is a quietly majestic paean to the life of the mind; to the perishability of everything.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Feb 6, 2017
60% Dark Night (2017) For all its formal ambiguity, the thing which truly resonates in Dark Night is its rendering of a culture captivated by its own reflection.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Jan 29, 2017
96% Hitchcock/Truffaut (2015) Hitchcock/Truffaut is Kent Jones' meticulous work in which commentary and conversation overlap, charting the art of filmmaking.‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Dec 26, 2016
100% The New Man (2016) The New Man is a fascinating insight into modern fatherhood, male identity, cultural expectation and the torturous path of late parenthood. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Dec 8, 2016
83% Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America (2016) The film's most sobering message is that civil rights is not history. Seen through the prism of recent events, Accidental Courtesy is essential viewing. ‐ Film Inquiry
Read More | Posted Dec 8, 2016