David 'Mad Dog' Bradley Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

David 'Mad Dog' Bradley

David 'Mad Dog' Bradley
David 'Mad Dog' Bradley's reviews (from any publication) always count toward the Tomatometer because this critic is a Tomatometer-approved critic.

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
7/10 94% The Disaster Artist (2017) Franco's performance as Wiseau is an extreme, frightening, hair-tearingly bizarre and almost always hilarious feat of daring. ‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Dec 8, 2017
98% In This Corner of the World (Kono sekai no katasumi ni) (2017) Katabuchi's saga of course lacks the monstrous nature of so much manga, instead telling a very human - if still sweeping - tale with few traces of the fantastic.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Dec 7, 2017
7/10 86% Wonder (2017) Wilson is very likeable here and Roberts delivers one of her best characterisations in years, but this is all about the kids.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Dec 1, 2017
7/10 74% Shot Caller (2017) Featuring a cast of serious blokes, ugly violence and a creeping sense of danger and doom, it's still a fairly modest offering that could well slip through the cracks, although diehard fans of Game Of Thrones will surely be rushing out to catch this one.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Dec 1, 2017
7/10 85% The Untamed (La región salvaje) (2017) Braver and broader-minded punters who can handle its head-scratching aspects and wild raunchiness should find much to enjoy. Others, however, might be seriously alienated.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 27, 2017
89% The Teacher (Ucitelka) (2017) The Teacher just for once justifies the familiar cry, "Won't someone please think of the children?"‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 27, 2017
7/10 64% Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017) It's for adults who now identify with Christopher, a fairly tortured lad whose childhood was anything but magical.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 27, 2017
6/10 79% The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) Yorgos Lanthimos's The Killing of a Sacred Deer is in the same absurdist vein as his Lobster or Alps at times, and yet it's darker and more horrific.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 17, 2017
7/10 98% Lucky (2017) A small, humble, pleasingly hard-edged drama with moments of wry comedy, Lucky offers a few sweet references to Harry Dean Stanton's key roles.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 17, 2017
83% Detroit (2017) However, this important but difficult film should nevertheless be seen, as much for what it tells us about 1967 as it does about the present-day.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 10, 2017
58% Murder On The Orient Express (2017) [Kenneth] Brannagh obviously had great fun here.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 10, 2017
8/10 82% Loving Vincent (2017) This lavish production from Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman was created using oil paintings for each of the 65000 frames, and the effect is at times absolutely dazzling.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 3, 2017
5/10 50% Three Summers (2017) Three Summers feels altogether forced and contrived, with a few nice performances and good intentions ground down by sheer irksomeness.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Nov 3, 2017
6/10 87% The Midwife (Sage femme) (2017) [Midwife] takes a turn towards the schmaltzy and hoary when Deneuve comes in, and yet it's still worth catching to watch these two trés formidable French titans face off.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 27, 2017
7/10 92% Thor: Ragnarok (2017) These Marvel sagas are insurmountably better than the relentlessly po-faced, self-important, chaotic and cruel DC movies.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 27, 2017
8/10 100% Paths of the Soul (Kang rinpoche) (2016) [Paths of the Soul] works beautifully as a study of faith, compassion and spirituality.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 20, 2017
7/10 91% Good Time (2017) Robert Pattinson finally shakes off that Twilight shame with this tense, foul-mouthed and ironically-titled character/crime drama.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 20, 2017
8/10 No Score Yet Blue (2017) A certainly challenging doco that encourages us to change our lives, this does perhaps very nearly fall into the trap of wallowing in the eco-horror of it all, but Holden knows that audiences don't want to be told that it's their fault, and pulls back.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 13, 2017
6/10 41% The Mountain Between Us (2017) This is handled capably enough by Dutch/Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad, with strong work from Winslet and Elba, even if it tends to feel a bit like a TV movie and offers a coda that might well have been added on after the fact.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 13, 2017
42% Song to Song (2017) ...129 minutes worth of rich, idle, pretty drama queens warbling on about how hard their lives are and the burden of their messed-up relationships is simply too much to bear.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 6, 2017
87% Blade Runner 2049 (2017) With more violence than the first film and a stronger emphasis on sex, this also lacks the underlying philosophical conundrums that made Blade Runner so lastingly powerful.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2017
44% The Dancer (La danseuse) (2016) ... striking star Soko (AKA Stéphanie Sokolinski) shining in a characterisation of great intensity, serious sensuality and what looks like genuine sweat and pain.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 29, 2017
8/10 100% The Go-Betweens: Right Here (2017) ... we are treated to some lovely moments from their genuine peak period, especially clips from their most-hallowed album 16 Lovers Lane and beloved songs like Streets of Your Town.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 29, 2017
54% Australia Day (2017) Australia Day is a gruelling journey through the streets of Brisbane and subterranean national prejudices, but it does have a lot of heart and features some excellent performances.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 22, 2017
100% Mountain (2017) At any rate, this is certainly a film that needs to be seen and experienced on the big screen, and despite its minor flaws, proves quite a mountainous achievement.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 22, 2017
7/10 64% Victoria & Abdul (2017) Dench and Fazal are tremendous and one is mostly amused.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2017
5/10 68% mother! (2017) [Mother] is all too often a hateful, deliberately incomprehensible experience, and altogether about as pretentious as, well, most of Darren Aronofsky's other movies.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2017
83% That's Not Me (2017) While Australian comedies have, in recent times, proven a sad and sorry lot, That's Not Me is a now-rare exception, with a strain of genuine humour running throughout, even if it's often of a neurotic, even traumatic sort.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 8, 2017
99% God's Own Country (2017) Some have celebrated this one as a queer masterpiece, which it isn't quite. Yet it's nevertheless still strongly handled, boldly played by all, and pretty damn sensual.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2017
84% The King's Choice (2017) The King's Choice is a prestigious, often sumptuous and emotionally rich outing.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2017
6/10 76% Killing Ground (2017) While there's much here to admire, from the lovely low-budget cinematography to the committed performances and cool plot manipulations, it's a little too disquietingly vicious at times and, by the end, somewhat depressing.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2017
6/10 87% American Made (2017) This is all about Tom [Cruise], and by the end you desperately want to slap him.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2017
7/10 93% Logan Lucky (2017) Logan Lucky builds to one of those impossibly complicated heists that only ever happen in movies and rather contradicts the notion that the Logans are stupid or cursed. ‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 23, 2017
6/10 45% Hampstead (2017) Keaton and Gleeson deliver charming performances, with her as another sweet but slightly nervy type and him as one of his hairy, scary, bear-like chaps with (you saw it coming) a heart of gold.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 17, 2017
49% Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) While it rather lacks the humour and soul of Element, this is still quite an experience and even, dare it be said, a trip.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 11, 2017
78% An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power (2017) The true highlights here, of course, are when Gore conclusively demonstrates that climate change denying and deliberate disinformation is directly linked to vested financial interests.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 11, 2017
88% Wind River (2017) Sheridan's script sometimes feels just a touch talky, yet it's what Wind River lacks that makes it so strong.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 11, 2017
7/10 98% The Big Sick (2017) Very charming and certainly close to the bone.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 4, 2017
6/10 76% Atomic Blonde (2017) You could really hate yourself in the morning for being entertained by this coolly preposterous blockbuster.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Aug 4, 2017
7/10 87% A Monster Calls (2017) It's a serious fantasy drama (or 'low fantasy') that has been accused of being too dark and frightening by some, and there's no doubt that this one is at times both -- just like life.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 28, 2017
8/10 90% A Ghost Story (2017) A meditative and even spiritual experience.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 28, 2017
7/10 93% War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) The final installment of the rebooted Planet of the Apes series is spectacular stuff, but also admirably grim and apocalyptic.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 28, 2017
8% The Black Prince (2017) It's a flawed and sometimes deceptively-scripted affair.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 21, 2017
46% Paris Can Wait (Bonjour Anne) (2017) The scenery looks nice and she and Arnaud try hard to make it all appear less dopey than it actually is, but the end result is fairly laboured and forgettable.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 21, 2017
92% Dunkirk (2017) It's one of the great films of the year so far, make no mistake, and yes, it's one of the best war dramas ever made, full stop.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 21, 2017
93% Baby Driver (2017) A gloriously entertaining epic obviously influenced by car-chase classics from Bullitt and Vanishing Point to Driver (especially) and The Blues Brothers but, nevertheless, just as obviously emanates from his pop-culture-crammed imagination.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 14, 2017
78% The Beguiled (2017) It does keep the central crux of the plot, and there is much strange but satisfying pleasure to be had.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 14, 2017
100% Chicken People (2016) As well as these homo sapien sorts, it's also worth mentioning that the chickens here are very cute, and display an uncanny knack for parading or even pouting for Haimes' camera that's quite surprising.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2017
92% Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Holland is one of the key elements here that makes this Jon-Watts-directed Marvel epic work so well, as his Spidey/Peter Parker is a nerdy high school student (just like in the original comics) who's full of goofy enthusiasm about his Spidery powers.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2017
88% It Comes At Night (2017) The low-key, even uncannily quiet mood is also seriously unsettling, and makes sure that this lingers long after the final curtain and, just perhaps, sneaks into your mind late at night.‐ Adelaide Review
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2017