Jim MitchellMovie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Jim Mitchell

Jim Mitchell
Jim Mitchell's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): FILMINK (Australia), Trespass

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
72% The Adjustment Bureau (2011) Taken as a whole, if you allow yourself to take a leap of faith The Adjustment Bureau is an intriguing, engrossing experience. At the very least, it just might be the perfect date movie. ‐ Trespass
Posted Mar 2, 2011
10% Little Fockers (2010) As Greg Focker might say, it's high time for this franchise to "Step off, bitch". ‐ Trespass
Posted Dec 23, 2010
90% Lebanon (Levanon) (2010) Watching Lebanon is more poignant armed with the knowledge that we're witnessing Maoz's own experiences as a young Israeli soldier during the war -- he's the gunner of the story. ‐ Trespass
Posted Dec 1, 2010
97% GasLand (2010) Shocking, provocative and poignant, GasLand is in short, compulsive viewing. ‐ Trespass
Posted Nov 15, 2010
96% The Social Network (2010) Wherever the truth lies, The Social Network is an innately compelling, beautifully crafted insight into the emergence of a global phenomenon and the disintegration of a rare friendship. ‐ Trespass
Posted Oct 26, 2010
0% Sagan (2008) If Sagan is an underappreciated literary icon as the filmmakers imply, they've failed to restore her memory any glory with this underwhelming, uninspiring portrait. ‐ Trespass
Posted Oct 8, 2010
73% The Tree (2011) It's a ruminative, universal exploration of grief and the life force that can flow from it. Quite literally, life taking over. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 29, 2010
69% The Girl Who Played with Fire (Flickan som lekte med elden) (2010) It's a sequel that leaves you wanting more, its shortcomings not negating what remains a stylish, smart and cracking thriller. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 24, 2010
85% Easy A (2010) There's a fair whiff of Dawson's Creek Syndrome too -- teens sprouting eloquence and witticisms way beyond theirs or anyone's years and it can be a little too smug, smart and self aware. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 16, 2010
82% The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2010) For a first time filmmaker, Blakeson shows a formidable sense of control, restraint and stylish flair reminiscent of a more established helmer and despite the odd misstep, takes the time to ratchet up the tension and intrigue. ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 7, 2010
63% The Nothing Men (2008) The Nothing Men's makers have delivered what seems at first a topical testosterone-laced blue collar drama of male ego on a slow burn only to deftly, almost surreptitiously flip the film upside down to become a hard-bitten psychological thriller. ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 9, 2010
57% Noise (2007) Pulling no punches from its opening frames, Noise is a blunt, thoughtful and inherently human drama. ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Mar 19, 2008