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Emily Estep

Emily Estep
Emily Estep's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film School Rejects, We Got This Covered

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
C- 18% Monsters: Dark Continent (2015) There are far better alien movies, war movies, and war/alien movies than Dark Continent, which never hits the marks of its 2010 predecessor. ‐ Film School Rejects
Posted Apr 13, 2015
D 4% Reach Me (2014) Reach Me takes a long list of cliches -- some more offensive than others -- and mixes them all together with a fancy cast to make a boring, pretentious film. Reach for an actual book instead. ‐ Film School Rejects
Posted Nov 24, 2014
B+ 91% To Be Takei (2014) The subject matter in To Be Takei is split almost evenly between important topics and funny moments, but even the darker bits are handled delicately by Kroot. ‐ Film School Rejects
Posted Aug 28, 2014
5/10 75% Camp X-Ray (2014) Twilight's Kristen Stewart demonstrates a decent performance in Camp X-Ray, a movie about Guantanamo Bay with high potential that is frustratingly wasted. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Jan 25, 2014
9/10 98% The Babadook (2014) With its whimsically ghoulish creation and frightfully real lead performances, The Babadook feels just like that actual nightmare you once had. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Jan 22, 2014
9/10 63% One Direction: This Is Us (2013) One Direction: This Is Us adequately entertains as a functioning documentary about five very young, very busy men who hardly have time to speak with their fans, let alone their parents. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Aug 30, 2013
7/10 62% Griff the Invisible (2011) Griff The Invisible explores the personal angle of vigilante justice, adding a unique spin to the superhero genre with heartfelt moments and relatability. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Feb 28, 2013
7/10 75% Kill Your Darlings (2013) Incredible performances by Daniel Radcliffe and the supporting cast of Kill Your Darlings unify an inconsistent film, ultimately leading to a powerful ending. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Feb 3, 2013
9/10 74% The East (2013) A refreshing concept, persuasive acting, and effective pacing make Brit Marling's latest, The East, one of the most captivating films of Sundance 2013. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Jan 22, 2013
5/10 70% V/H/S/2 (2013) The four "tapes" in S-VHS provide a diverse series of horror short films, but their potential is squandered by the film's overall, disappointing plot, which is a weak-attempted framing device. ‐ We Got This Covered
Posted Jan 22, 2013