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Jamie Neish

Jamie Neish
Jamie Neish's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Little White Lies, CineVue, HeyUGuys

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1/5 7% The Big Wedding (2013) An all-star cast fall victim to a shallow, tasteless script.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 86% The Road: A Story of Life & Death (2012) It includes some harrowing, touching and eye-opening material, shot carefully by Isaac and boasting an entirely complimentary, if slightly maudlin soundtrack composed by Lance Hogan.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 94% Sleep Tight (2012) A masterclass in suspense that's likely to send shudders down its baying audiences' spines.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 96% Sister (2012) The performances, both from Klein and Seydoux are nothing short of exceptional. Each in their own noteworthy ways manage to navigate the concentrated fashion of the screenplay in tremendous, deeply praiseworthy manner.‐ HeyUGuys
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5/5 86% The Raid: Redemption (2012) Hits hard due to its no-holds-barred coercion, unfaltering intensity and desire to do what most action films don't: surprise its audience from the opening moments to the final fade to black.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 79% Tiny Furniture (2010) Through Dunham's spot-on, methodical compositions, each and every interaction between characters, each sly glance and body movement represent the varying characters' personalities and attitudes more than dialogue ever could. ‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 43% Lovely Molly (2012) Lovely Molly is an effective, yet unexceptional and shortchanging entry into the horror field.‐ HeyUGuys
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3.5/5 No Score Yet Á annan veg (Either Way) (2013) The performances delivered by Gunnarsson and Guðjónsson do wonders to create some particularly noteworthy moments of humour and heartache and its 1980's setting allows for a level of benevolence most films are lacking. ‐ HeyUGuys
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2/5 53% Dr Seuss' The Lorax (2012) While director Chris Renaud's experienced animation-orientated eye may account for some of its successes, the final product ends up being detrimental to a beloved story, and is at best only intermittently engaging.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 71% Fred Won't Move Out (2012) A warm-hearted, tender portrait that avoids artifice. ‐ HeyUGuys
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1.5/5 44% Brake (2012) As predictable and uninspired as thrillers come, falling foul to all kinds of clichés and the overdone tropes that reflect a formula that has become almost entirely redundant of spontaneity and notability. ‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 71% Future My Love (2012) It's always presented in a personal way that ensures it's as much understandable as it is thought-provoking.‐ HeyUGuys
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3.5/5 89% The Unspeakable Act (2013) Deadpan, naturalistic and non-judgemental.‐ HeyUGuys
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2/5 66% God Bless America (2012) It's simply a rant stretched over an extended running time, lacking in characterisations, direction and audience repayment - aside from a few mild chuckles.‐ HeyUGuys
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2/5 No Score Yet The Fourth Dimension (2012) It's much too slow, and is decidedly unfocused and useless if taken on face value.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 57% V/H/S (2012) V/H/S not only features some of the most imaginative horror films of our time, but also manages to present these as a collection that continuously defies out expectations and leaves us begging for more.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 73% Unconditional (2012) Higgins' skilled, intrusive, yet tenderly watchful eye blends with the performances and punchy, unexpected shifts in tone and direction that come from Fischer's more experienced writing style.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 46% Flying Blind (2013) It's not exactly the kind of film that's likely to set the world alight, but it's made all the better for its low-key disposition and palpitating subject-matter.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 93% First Position (2012) First Position may be too slight, too sincere and too plain faced to truly invest in. But for those in need of something that bestows a voice both unto children with a clear focus and passion, it succeeds. ‐ HeyUGuys
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2/5 89% Sun Don't Shine (2013) Seimetz' direction succumbs to systematics and a desire to mimic her idols rather than create something entirely unique and reflective of her own talents.‐ HeyUGuys
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1.5/5 No Score Yet Small Creatures (2012) Small Creatures at first attempts to elevate itself above its obvious shoe-string budget, but unfortunately succumbs to an over-reliance on visual metaphors and imagery to elicit meaning.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 67% Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (2012) Surprisingly thoughtful and sharply written.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 90% Breathing (2012) A relaxed, prudent tone is established, allowing for an honest, conceivable and faultless performance to be administered by newcomer Schubert.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 83% Your Sister's Sister (2012) Duplass, Blunt and DeWitt fit Shelton's world with an ease that allows the film to become much more than its initial set up would lead one to believe.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 62% Trishna (2012) Trishna may be alluring and striking to look at, but the lack of purpose and floundering performances by Ahmed and Pinto ends up leaving you cold.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 96% The Kid with a Bike (2012) Slight, yes, but that's what makes The Kid with a Bike such a tender, heart-warming and true-to-life depiction of the innocence of childhood and one child's longing for acceptance and love.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 73% Natural Selection (2012) Pickering is able to touch upon relatable issues while maintaining a light, witty and brilliantly queer tone.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 75% The Monitor (Babycall) (2012) A frequently smart film about the lengths a mother would go to in order to protect her son from the world's evil.‐ HeyUGuys
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1.5/5 27% Bel Ami (2012) Nothing more than insufficiently directed codswallop in delectable costumes, with a starry cast who are worthy of much, much better. ‐ HeyUGuys
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1.5/5 18% Shark Night 3D (2011) No matter how hastily pieced together the film feels, you can't help but admire Ellis' tenacity... It's just a shame it's not any good.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 71% Like Crazy (2011) Not without faults, but it's through sheer tenacity, candor and the air of authenticity Doremus, Jones and Yelchin are able to establish that it can differentiate itself from other films of its ilk.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 79% Melancholia (2011) May suffer from being overlong and thematically suffocating, but its inherent visual beauty, frank disposition and strikingly veritable personification of melancholy certifies its effectiveness.‐ HeyUGuys
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36% Screwed (2011) No matter how hard it tries, Screwed can't escape the shadows of the very best prison dramas it's trying to emulate.‐ HeyUGuys
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5/5 95% Weekend (2011) A remarkably assured, charismatic, distinct and refreshingly unabridged romantic drama about two gay men finding love at the unlikeliest of times.‐ HeyUGuys
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2/5 36% Ghosted (2011) An overwrought and predestined misfire.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 54% Albatross (2012) To see such a talented array of actors working in unison with such a sincere, witty and multi-faceted script is an utter pleasure.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 95% The Secret World of Arrietty (2012) It has exuberant charm, illustrious animation and a high level of intimacy - basically everything you've come to expect from a Ghibli film, but on a smaller, more child-focused scale.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 54% Perfect Sense (2012) A beautifully intricate and personal piece of cinema, bolstered by phenomenal direction, terrific performances and truly affecting, surprisingly original screenplay.‐ HeyUGuys
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3/5 80% Phase 7 (2011) A nail-bitingly tense thriller, with keen performances and a savvy, evocative soundtrack.‐ HeyUGuys
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3.5/5 69% Horrible Bosses (2011) Frequently hilarious, with laughs arriving both hard and often once the film finds its feet, thanks in no part to the sharply written script and enthusiasm evident in the well selected cast.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 95% The Guard (2011) An admirably executed and often hilarious variation on the overdone action-comedy genre, elevated by stand-out performances across the board and an extraordinarily well-executed script from McDonagh.‐ HeyUGuys
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3.5/5 97% Tomboy (2011) Affecting, well-envisioned and delicately captured.‐ HeyUGuys
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4.5/5 66% Hobo With a Shotgun (2011) It's clear Eisener has an eye for the schlock genre and, by letting his imagination run wild, Hobo with a Shotgun emerges as a sure-to-be perennial, shockingly violent and wonderfully clever yet purposely screwball modern-day vigilante thriller.‐ HeyUGuys
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4.5/5 95% Pina (2011) The spellbinding fusion between dance and documentary proves dance as an incredibly evocative and powerful piece of cinema. ‐ HeyUGuys
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1/5 37% Mars Needs Moms (2011) A badly animated, dispassionate and irresolute mess.‐ HeyUGuys
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4/5 67% The Silent House (2011) Nothing short of a bold, ingeniously executed and genuinely terrifying tour de force. Seek it out.‐ HeyUGuys
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1.5/5 41% Faster (2010) Mediocre and highly forgettable action-thriller.‐ HeyUGuys
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5/5 87% Submarine (2011) It's 97 minutes of absolute cinematic joy.‐ HeyUGuys
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5/5 95% Animal Kingdom (2010) A compelling, astounding and beautifully executed crime drama, supported by vigorous performances by the entire ensemble.‐ HeyUGuys
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87% Rabbit Hole (2010) An impressively crafted, highly emotive and competent piece of cinema, bolstered by stand-out performances from Kidman and Eckhart.‐ HeyUGuys
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