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Evan Rodriguez

Evan Rodriguez
Evan Rodriguez's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Austin American-Statesman

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
98% Lucky (2017) With nods to some of Stanton's earlier roles such as Bud in Repo Man and Asa Hawkes in Wise Blood, Lucky holds a tortoise's pace but is layered with myriad avenues of thought and exploration.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
80% Hot Summer Nights (2018) Hot Summer Nights is a sneaky slice of dark Americana, a gorgeously shot, hard truth coming-of-age tale rendered through a lens of innocence and grandeur, a sexy 20th century fairy tale.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2017
No Score Yet La cérémonie (2014) Make no mistake. This film is not solely about sex, at least not the physical act, it is supra-sexual, more about pushing sensual boundaries.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Dec 27, 2016
71% Kill Me Please (Mate-me por favor) (2017) Kill Me Please is gorgeous. It's a slow-burn teenage slasher flick, where most of the action takes place off-screen, creating an electric tension throughout.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2016
No Score Yet The Space in Between: Marina Abramovic and Brazil (2016) There is no doubt that Abramovic is bold as she puts her physical and mental self on raw display through some intense situations. The cinematography in itself is beautifully psychedelic and offers some transcendence in its own right.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2016
No Score Yet Bodkin Ras (2016) The structure and tone of Bodkin Ras makes for a unique experience, refreshingly leaving us with more questions than answers. It has elements of Albert Camus' The Stranger and is scored beautifully by Mohsen Namjoo‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 22, 2016
No Score Yet Honky Tonk Heaven: Legend of the Broken Spoke (2016) It's a must-see for fans of country music and Austin lore. ‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2016
63% The Greasy Strangler (2016) The film is hilarious at times, revolting at others, a slasher rom-com turned on its head, set to an awesome original electronic score. At the very least Michaels' and Elobar's on-screen dynamic is worth the hour and a half.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2016
95% Sing Street (2016) Sing Street is a feel-good New Wave/pop coming-of-age love story.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2016
77% In a Valley of Violence (2016) In a Valley of Violence is just downright entertaining, with all the tropes of a Sergio Leone-esque gunslinger flick without being gratuitously explicit in the formulaic recreation of probably the most enduring of all the American genre.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2016
50% Hardcore Henry (2016) The film is not all smash-em-up testosterone, adrenaline and bloodshed. Its viscera is comic-like camp.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2016
67% The Automatic Hate (2016) You might not be able to fully commit to a side through this one, but it undoubtedly will force you to think.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Feb 8, 2016
B+ 100% Peace Officer (2015) Scott Christopherson's and Brad Barber's first full-length documentary Peace Officer has the potential to be one of the most pertinent films of the year.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2015
100% The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson (2015) For fans of a type of extended visual spirituality threaded with a philosophy of mild nihilism and hope, it is recommended.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Jul 30, 2015
60% The Little Death (2015) The film is truly much more than it reads on its surface, a far cry from the tired and formulaic rom-coms moviegoers have come to expect from Hollywood.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 27, 2015
97% Mavis! (2016) Mavis! is important documentation of the American musical tradition, witness to the civil rights movement and a testament to the overall power of family, revealing the fortitude of an artist who must be heard.‐ Austin American-Statesman
Read More | Posted Mar 20, 2015