Jim Mitchell

Jim Mitchell

Agrees with the Tomatometer 83% of the time.

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

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

Little Fockers (2010)

"As Greg Focker might say, it's high time for this franchise to "Step off, bitch"." ‐ Trespass
Posted Dec 23, 2010

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

GasLand (2010)

"Shocking, provocative and poignant, GasLand is in short, compulsive viewing." ‐ Trespass
Posted Nov 15, 2010

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Noise (2007)

"Pulling no punches from its opening frames, Noise is a blunt, thoughtful and inherently human drama." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Mar 18, 2008