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Glen Falkenstein

Glen Falkenstein
Glen Falkenstein's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): FILMINK (Australia)

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
97% 45 Years (2015) A moving film with an outstanding performance from Rampling, 45 Years demonstrates just how stirring human drama can be.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Feb 17, 2016
60% Concussion (2015) Relying in no small part on Smith's reliably first-rate performance, Concussion is a thoughtful and interesting story neglectfully executed.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Feb 17, 2016
88% The Big Short (2015) A refreshing and piercingly clever morality tale - whether you prefer the emotive, simplistic or in-depth depictions of what happened - the film hits its target.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Jan 1, 2016
No Score Yet Crushed (2015) Entertaining if somewhat predictable, Crushed is a light Aussie thriller which benefits from its well-conceived setting, even if some of the film's inventiveness is underutilised.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Dec 4, 2015
No Score Yet The Gateway (Curtain) (2015) Certainly an original idea, Curtain, while in many respects imperfect, is a nice reprieve for light-hearted horror fans.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Dec 4, 2015
No Score Yet Sucker (2015) Sucker errs by not spending enough screen-time devising and carrying off creative cons; instead, it invests too much in sub-stories that are never fleshed out, nor as engrossing as the cons these promising characters could have pulled off.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Dec 4, 2015
98% Finders Keepers (2015) The most arresting aspect of this documentary by far is Whisnant's very candid and unapologetic treatment of the dispute, asserting his rights as a buyer and using any creative opportunity to make the best out of his unusual fortune.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015
No Score Yet The most arresting aspect of this documentary by far is Whisnant's very candid and unapologetic treatment of the dispute, asserting his rights as a buyer and using any creative opportunity to make the best out of his unusual fortune.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Sep 25, 2015
No Score Yet The Ground We Won (2015) Jumping between the players and their families, tending to their farms, a night at the bar and the games themselves, the film is an affectionate and often candid portrayal of a local Rugby-crazed community.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2015
No Score Yet The Sandwich Nazi (2015) Filled with a motley mix of humorous and awkward interactions with astonished customers, The Sandwich Nazi is an interesting idea for a documentary, albeit with a premise too heavily stretched.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2015
100% Approaching the Elephant (2014) Approaching the Elephant is at once a cautionary tale and frequently thought-provoking insight into an uncommon form of education.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2015
88% Office (Hua li shang ban zu) (2015) Johnnie To's latest offering has combined some old school Hollywood sensibility and style with a very modern corporate sheen.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Sep 16, 2015
73% The Falling (2015) The Falling could have been a great horror film, though you will have to wade through most of it to see why. ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Jul 2, 2015
92% The Absent One (Fasandraeberne) (2016) The Absent One is a consistently engaging thriller which manages to build momentum to a violent and intense conclusion.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Jun 18, 2015
57% The Emperor's New Clothes (2015) If watching a grown man causing potential traffic hazards sounds like your thing, or Brand just gets you, then sure, go give this man your money. Otherwise, stay away, stay far, far away.‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted Jun 12, 2015
31% Cymbeline (2015) Cymbeline's familiar Elizabethan tropes do not translate well to a modern context, nor do the constant references to 'Caesar' or 'Romans.'‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Read More | Posted May 27, 2015