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Enid Spitz

Enid Spitz
Enid Spitz's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Willamette Week

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
A No Score Yet The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick (Die Angst des Tormanns beim Elfmeter) (1977) The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick is artistic and pensive, and requires a lot of patience. But it also gut-punches you with all the tenderness of a streamliner. ‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Mar 3, 2016
D 40% Lila & Eve (2015) There's no saving a high-voltage revenge drama that relies on selfies for its big reveal.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Jan 2, 2016
B+ 59% Joy (2015) The movie is a joy to look at, with its postcard-worthy scenes and Lawrence wearing the pants.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Jan 2, 2016
A- 90% (T)ERROR (2015) Good or evil, (T)error at least makes the characters of America's homeland war on terror into real people.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Dec 30, 2015
A- 93% Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (2015) Even the most casual art users could easily be hooked by the story of this enfant terrible.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Dec 3, 2015
A- No Score Yet Korla (2014) Director John Turner's low-budget documentary about Pandit's life and work is a bit rough around the edges, but the film skillfully dissects the man's double life in a way that validates Pandit's struggle and the odd beauty of his whole show.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2015
B- 73% Station To Station (2015) Depending on your tolerance for good things, Station to Station may be a bit much.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2015
B- 86% Meet The Patels (2015) Ravi's journey for an American happy ending is eclipsed by the fascinating intricacies of Indian matchmaking.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2015
A- 79% Time Out Of Mind (2015) Oren Moverman's understated film about a father's struggle with mental illness avoids your typical narrative trickery. No revelatory ups or downs, just a fragmented Richard Gere searching for the words.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2015
A 98% Iris (2015) Maysles' films prove that understatement and patience can be priceless.‐ Willamette Week
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2015