Josh Lewis

Josh Lewis
Josh Lewis's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): The Film Stage
Publications: The Film Stage

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
C 53% Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020) What's frustrating about Yeon Sang-ho's sequel is that it's the exact kind of film that was already pretty tired before Zack Snyder's Dawn of the Dead remake came out in 2004. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 20, 2020
C- 63% Motherless Brooklyn (2019) All of these changes come off as deeply cynical and seemingly designed to manipulate, feign significance and deflect criticism from his glossy, Lifetime noir which is so aesthetically garish it frequently borders on parody. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 13, 2019
A- 92% Uncut Gems (2019) Adam Sandler delivers one of his very best physical performances as Howard, making us genuinely feel every heated exasperation and crushing failure of his as he schemes and sweats his way all across New York City. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
B+ 86% Color Out of Space (2020) The already eccentric Nicolas Cage is pushed to places he genuinely hasn't been since the comic mania of Vampire's Kiss. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 10, 2019
B 72% Maya (2018) Compounded by lush photography and carefully calibrated performances, Maya intimately renders the crushing and rehabilitative power of memory, taking hazy, elusive feelings and bringing them into the realm of the tangible. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2018
D 20% The Death and Life of John F. Donovan (2019) A baffling exercise in taking real issues and genuine emotional experiences and (seemingly due to some misplaced anxiety) deploying them in service of pure vanity. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 17, 2018
C 62% American Dharma (2019) We already saw how this exact debate played out on a national scale, and Dharma is feature-length proof that Morris isn't up to the task of wrestling with that reality yet. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 13, 2018
B 93% The Old Man & the Gun (2018) The most impressive feat Lowery manages with Old Man is just how little of it feels like embarrassingly overt pastiche. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 13, 2018
B+ 79% Halloween (2018) It's a mostly unspoken perversity of isolation and inherited violence that makes Halloween sing. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 13, 2018
A 82% High Life (2019) Denis mines the genre for a deeply sensorial and moving portrait of the misery and horror parents are willing and perhaps responsible to endure so their children might not have to. - The Film Stage EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 13, 2018