Gerard Raymond

Gerard Raymond

Agrees with the Tomatometer 90% of the time.

Gerard Raymond's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Slant Magazine

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Traitors (2013)

"The whole drug episode is ultimately less interesting than the first half of the film that depicts life in Tangiers." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Apr 16, 2014
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Bing du (Ice Poison) (2014)

"This is a stark view of Myanmar, so unrelenting that it could tax the patience of the most empathetic audience member." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Apr 15, 2014

The Missing Picture (2014)

"Inured as we are these days to every variety of man's inhumanity to others, the clay figurines, so poignantly created by sculptor Sarith Mang, become an extraordinary testament to a lost society. " ‐ House Next Door
Posted Oct 4, 2013

Stranger by the Lake (2014)

"The opening overhead shot of a wooded car park adjoining a shimmering lake establishes the tightly circumscribed world of Alain Guiraudie's Stranger by the Lake. " ‐ House Next Door
Posted Sep 30, 2013

Le Week-End (2014)

"Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan are an ideal fit for Hanif Kureishi's bitterly funny, yet surprisingly tender script. " ‐ House Next Door
Posted Sep 28, 2013

Ginger & Rosa (2013)

"Though Ginger & Rosa is arguably Sally Potter's best work to date, it's certainly the English filmmaker's most accessible. " ‐ House Next Door
Posted Oct 11, 2012

Caesar Must Die (2013)

"Both a compelling reading of the Shakespeare play and an affecting humanist document." ‐ House Next Door
Posted Oct 7, 2012

Life of Pi (2012)

"For the most part, the sheer sweep of the spectacle carries the day." ‐ House Next Door
Posted Oct 3, 2012
1.5/4 25%

Mansome (2012)

"The sociological commentary and historical perspectives are superficial at best and the targets often too easy. " ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted May 16, 2012

Wagner's Dream (2012)

"Thrillingly chronicles the risks and excitement of a grand artistic endeavor." ‐ House Next Door
Posted Apr 30, 2012

Mansome (2012)

"One is never sure if Spurlock just wants to make fun of his subject matter or whether he has any serious intention of examining the phenomenon of manscaping." ‐ House Next Door
Posted Apr 30, 2012