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Kimber Myers

Kimber Myers
Kimber Myers's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Los Angeles Times, The Playlist

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
0% Bad Kids of Crestview Academy (2017) Why does this movie exist and how does it succeed in failing on every level? ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Jan 12, 2017
D 27% The Bye Bye Man (2017) A silly joke of a horror movie ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jan 12, 2017
18% Underworld: Blood Wars (2017) This entry won't disappoint hardcore fans. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Jan 6, 2017
No Score Yet Sins of Our Youth (2016) How the boys' lives and plans unravel keeps the audience involved, even if the film's overly flashy style and cardboard characters threaten to push them away at every turn. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 15, 2016
C- 36% A Kind of Murder (2016) A Kind of Murder" attempts to distinguish itself in its approach to style, but leaves much to be desired in its story and character. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Dec 15, 2016
100% The Bad Kids (2016) The vérité approach in "The Bad Kids" gives viewers insight into a timely issue by literally putting a face on it. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 15, 2016
No Score Yet The Ataxian (2016) More unity of style would have made a better final product, but Kyle's story - coupled with vibrant cinematography from Schlanser - is strong enough to keep audiences engaged and moved throughout the brief running time. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 15, 2016
40% Sugar Mountain (2016) Pretty but oh-so-dumb, "Sugar Mountain" is the cinematic equivalent of a himbo. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 9, 2016
80% Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America (2016) It may lack focus in its approach to its subject, but Davis' compelling character and powerful message keep the audience engaged. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 8, 2016
0% Contract to Kill (2016) The script from writer-director Keoni Waxman ... confuses a stream of expletives for wit. There's little help from Seagal, who delivers lines like, "I'm interested. Tell me more," while sounding completely bored. We know the feeling. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 8, 2016
0% Anonymous (Hacker) (2016) "Anonymous" likely intends to be thought-provoking, but it only invited questions about the illogical choices of both the characters and the filmmakers. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 1, 2016
11% Man Down (2016) A messy movie that has a powerful message but struggles to communicate it with clarity and without an excess of sentimentality. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Dec 1, 2016
No Score Yet Trezoros: The Lost Jews of Kastoria (2016) Its sometimes-meandering approach demonstrates a lack of direction and leaves a tragic story feeling bland. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 24, 2016
100% National Bird (2016) "National Bird" is powerful cinematic journalism. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 17, 2016
100% Asperger's Are Us (2016) The four young men at the heart of this documentary will easily find a home in all but the hardest of hearts. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 17, 2016
B+ 95% The Edge of Seventeen (2016) Craig makes her directorial debut with "The Edge of Seventeen," which ranks among the best teen comedies of last two decades. It would feel right at home with a movie marathon of modern classics "Mean Girls" and "Easy A." ‐ The Playlist
Posted Nov 16, 2016
3% Shut In (2016) "Shut In" is more effective as a 90-minute commercial for the L.L. Bean aesthetic than as a pseudo-psychological thriller. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 11, 2016
No Score Yet Hara Kiri (2016) Its biggest misstep is the two central characters who are so unlikable as to be unwatchable. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 10, 2016
No Score Yet Beauty Bites Beast (2016) It blunts its own effectiveness by over-embellishing stories and facts that could have stood on their own. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 10, 2016
89% All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception, and the Spirit of I.F. Stone (2016) Featuring footage from the last six decades, "All Governments Lie" is a timely, convincing documentary that will cause audiences to question what they see and read. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 3, 2016
0% My Dead Boyfriend (2016) It's the type of indie film that might have played at a minor festival at the turn of the millennium, with the audience offering pity laughter for the cast and crew in attendance and the director waiting in vain for news of an acquisition. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Nov 3, 2016
40% A Billion Lives (2016) "A Billion Lives" employs a variety of experts in relaying its message, but it sometimes feels like a statistic-filled, 95-minute commercial for the vaping industry rather than a feature-length documentary. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Oct 27, 2016
21% Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016) This comedy is unlikely to win over any new fans, but the devoted will find comfort in the familiarity. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Oct 21, 2016
79% We Are X (2016) Invoking the spirit of an epic rock show, "We Are X" expresses all the energy, joy and sadness of X Japan's music. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Oct 20, 2016
No Score Yet Hate Rising (2016) It's a capably made documentary that argues its case with intelligence and compassion, though it's unlikely that it will sway the candidate's most ardent defenders. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Oct 13, 2016
20% The Late Bloomer (2016) Even a talented cast can't overcome the script from five screenwriters, whose uneven final product is surprisingly bland for all its raunchiness. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Oct 6, 2016
No Score Yet Loserville (2016) The teen comedy "Loserville" from freshman filmmaker Lovell Holder offers its audience a SparkNotes version of high school: It skims over relevant details and lacks deep insight when it comes to plot and character. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Sep 29, 2016
90% SEED: The Untold Story (2016) Farming may seem prosaic to the uninitiated, but "Seed: The Untold Story" reveals the poetry present in the practice through its smallest element. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Sep 29, 2016
50% The Best Democracy Money Can Buy (2016) Many viewers will find it challenging to see the substance hidden in the documentary's over-the-top style that makes Michael Moore's directorial stamp look subtle. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Sep 29, 2016
No Score Yet Gemini (2016) This melodrama struggles with serious post-production issues and an unnecessarily complex story, losing any of its intended impact in the process. ‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Sep 23, 2016
B 93% Sand Storm (Sufat Chol) (2016) Despite its simple plot, it's a complex drama with characters to match. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Sep 22, 2016
B 92% Demon (2016) Demon is a film that improves the longer it sits with you, as various images seep into your consciousness and reappear without warning. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Aug 29, 2016
A- 97% Kubo and the Two Strings (2016) Feels like a miracle, evoking joy, surprise and wonder in its audience. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Aug 18, 2016
B 59% Bad Moms (2016) Though it doesn't quite do for mothers what Bridesmaids did for single women, Bad Moms is a riotous comedy that left my theater echoing with shrieks, snorts and cackles. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jul 28, 2016
B 100% At The Fork (2016) An enlightening doc about the ethics and morality of food that only occasionally feels like eating your vegetables. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jul 8, 2016
B 71% Our Kind of Traitor (2016) Doesn't have quite the depth or the pedigree of other cinematic versions of his novels...but it's still worth the trip. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jul 1, 2016
B- 47% Free State of Jones (2016) The movie's visceral battle scenes feature some of the bloodiest cinematic carnage since "Saving Private Ryan." ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jun 23, 2016
B+ 83% My Love, Don't Cross That River (2016) A sweet charmer that leaves the viewer thinking more about the couple's happier times together than the fate that awaits them. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jun 16, 2016
B- 58% Me Before You (2016) It's successful in its aims and will ably bring the book's readers and romance fans both joy and tears. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jun 2, 2016
B- 86% The Idol (Ya Tayr El Tayer) (2016) For all its safe choices and standard narrative, The Idol succeeds in communicating its message that the Palestinian people deserve a voice and representation. ‐ The Playlist
Posted May 28, 2016
B- 78% The First Monday in May (2016) It will appeal to fans of Wintour's brand and style devotees, but it likely won't make too many converts outside her kingdom. ‐ The Playlist
Posted May 18, 2016
D+ 21% An Eye for Beauty (Le règne de la beauté) (2014) An Eye for Beauty feels like it was written by an alien who learned about human behavior from soap operas. ‐ The Playlist
Posted May 18, 2016
D 3% Nina (2016) An insult to the legacy of the High Priestess of Soul, those looking for a richer exploration of the woman, artist, activist and legend, are best served elsewhere. ‐ The Playlist
Posted May 18, 2016
D- 7% Mother's Day (2016) The cinematic equivalent of spilling boiling hot coffee on your mother when you bring her burnt toast for breakfast in bed. ‐ The Playlist
Posted May 17, 2016
A- 91% Always Shine (2016) If there's any fairness in this world -- and this film reminds us that there often isn't -- Always Shine will be a breakout hit with audiences and launch its talented director and stars to the next level. ‐ The Playlist
Posted May 2, 2016
B 62% Creative Control (2016) "Creative Control" has a lot to say, and style to spare, but stronger performances and better-drawn characters could have made its message even more effective and enjoyable. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Mar 12, 2016
B 95% Marguerite (2016) Biopics and historical films almost exclusively center on subjects who did something exemplary or were talented at their pursuits. But what sets "Marguerite" apart is its focus on a woman whose most notable feature is her utter lack of talent. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Mar 12, 2016
A- 91% City Of Gold (2016) Gold's enthusiasm is infectious, and the film never lacks energy, passion or humor. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Mar 8, 2016
B- 47% How To Be Single (2016) Though How to Be Single marks progress from the standard genre narrative and gives Alice in particular a chance to be herself, it's not a clean win. But I certainly had fun getting dirty with it. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Feb 11, 2016
B+ 91% The Lady In The Van (2015) "The Lady in the Van" begins with a literal bang -it's a shock for those led by marketing materials to believe they were simply in for a quiet British charmer. ‐ The Playlist
Posted Jan 15, 2016