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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
100% Mr. Roosevelt (2017) Wells doesn't just focus on her laugh-out-loud funny performance or insightful script: she displays a real eye for the cinematic with shot-on-film visuals that elevate her movie and lavish attention on its Texas setting.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Nov 16, 2017
100% No Greater Love (2017) "No Greater Love" may leave viewers emotionally wrecked, but they'll emerge with additional respect and gratitude for the soldiers' sacrifice.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Nov 9, 2017
40% Amanda and Jack Go Glamping (2017) As unpleasant and inert as its protagonist, "Amanda & Jack Go Glamping" is a romantic comedy that lacks both love and laughs - and likable characters.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Nov 9, 2017
No Score Yet Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story (2017) This documentary about an adventurous hero is all the more inspiring because it is true.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Nov 2, 2017
No Score Yet Atomic Homefront (2017) [A] gripping, impactful documentary ....‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 26, 2017
No Score Yet The Truth About Lies (2017) On a single day, the protagonist of "The Truth About Lies" is fired from his job, his apartment burns down and his girlfriend dumps him. He has it easy compared to anyone who actually watches this thoroughly unpleasant, unfunny comedy.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 26, 2017
No Score Yet Mully (2017) A powerful, focused documentary whose turns will surprise those unfamiliar with its subject's life.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 26, 2017
6% Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017) While its predecessor at least pleased his fans, writer-director-star Perry's latest offers few laughs and embarrassing post-production work.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 20, 2017
A 100% Jane (2017) "Jane" is powerful feminist statement about a woman's passion for and dedication to her career in the face of structural opposition.‐ The Playlist
Read More | Posted Oct 20, 2017
No Score Yet Heal (2017) It's a well-intentioned film that wants to help people live healthier lives, but it sometimes appears closer to a feature-length infomercial than a legitimate documentary.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 19, 2017
No Score Yet Somebody's Mother (2017) Structured according to the five stages of grief, "Somebody's Mother" is an intensely personal drama about loss.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 19, 2017
82% The Bachelors (2017) Deftly balancing humor and grief, "The Bachelors" is fueled by wonderfully human performances and fully realized characters.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 19, 2017
B- 52% Wonder Wheel (2017) It's impossible to watch "Wonder Wheel" without letting Allen himself and the current response to Harvey Weinstein not color the (absolutely gorgeous) viewing experience.‐ The Playlist
Read More | Posted Oct 13, 2017
No Score Yet The Man From Earth: Holocene (2017) Unfortunately, it spends little time on the ideas and debate that made the original film so captivating for audiences who discovered it.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2017
No Score Yet Swing Away (2017) Just like its struggling athletic heroine, "Swing Away" develops a case of the yips.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2017
100% Earth: One Amazing Day (2017) "Earth: One Amazing Day" is kid-friendly, but adults will be equally awed by the animal wonders and how the filmmakers captured them in such exquisite detail.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2017
71% Cold Moon (2017) There's little fun to be had for the audience other than in some nicely executed special effects.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2017
No Score Yet Dementia 13 (2017) A remake of Francis Ford Coppola's early horror film "Dementia 13" likely wasn't on anyone's wish list, but this update from Richard LeMay is an enjoyably cheap little gift.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2017
33% Generational Sins (2017) It's more reflective of the human experience than many of its pure-hearted brethren. However, it undercuts that authenticity by lacking strong character motivations and details that would make this story of redemption feel truer.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Oct 5, 2017
B+ 90% The Rape Of Recy Taylor (2017) Like last year's "13th" and "I Am Not Your Negro," this documentary centers on the past, but its pertinence to today's culture is striking - and utterly devastating.‐ The Playlist
Read More | Posted Oct 4, 2017
26% Literally, Right Before Aaron (2017) It's clear that Adam is the actual worst, but it's not clear if "Literally, Right Before Aaron" is aware of exactly how bad he is.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 28, 2017
No Score Yet Stopping Traffic: The Movement to End Sex Trafficking (2017) Shree's film offers insight and intimacy, with survivors being incredibly honest and vulnerable, which will help to drive awareness of the problem and how to fix it.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 28, 2017
77% Realive (2017) Unfortunately, the movie's over-dependence on voice-over and its overwritten script interfere with the audience being able to fully engage.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 28, 2017
No Score Yet Scareycrows (2017) Though it's never really scary, it is appropriately silly and a fun time for genre fans who prefer giggles to gore.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 21, 2017
No Score Yet Slipaway (2017) "Slipaway," the touching story of an unlikely friendship, works thanks to a warm performance from Elaine Partnow.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 21, 2017
B- 51% Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) Like fireworks, they're awe-inspiring while you're watching, but there's little left to marvel at after the show's over.‐ The Playlist
Read More | Posted Sep 18, 2017
No Score Yet Ryde (2016) There are some nice visuals set to a synth score, and the streets of Los Angeles play a primary role. However, this slick and stylish exterior belies a rotting core underneath.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 14, 2017
0% The Show (2017) Neither sharp enough to qualify as satire nor emotional enough to be a standard drama, "The Show" exists in film purgatory.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 14, 2017
No Score Yet Neary's: The Dream at the End of the Rainbow (2017) Even at only 60 minutes, the film feels long, like it might have been better suited to a short or a segment on the local news.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 14, 2017
0% Against The Night (2017) These nine people are indistinguishable, and we can't be bothered to care - or even notice - when they begin to die.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 14, 2017
11% 9/11 (2017) 9/11 trades on the emotional weight of its namesake day, manipulating audiences into feelings that have nothing to do with the mess that is actually on screen.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 8, 2017
0% Gun Shy (2017) The biggest problem for "Gun Shy" isn't its ridiculous premise or its frequently silly tone; it's that it doesn't fully commit to either.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 7, 2017
100% Twenty Two (2017) Slow-moving and sad, "Twenty Two" isn't easy to watch, but it isn't meant to be.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 7, 2017
10% Tulip Fever (2017) At 107 minutes, Tulip Fever has been trimmed of every ounce of fat. But connective tissue, muscle and even the heart are gone too, leaving a lifeless frame.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2017
0% The Layover (2017) Watching a lonely suitcase circle a baggage claim conveyor belt is more diverting.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 31, 2017
13% Temple (2017) It fails to provide any real scares and adheres to well-worn tropes without a fresh twist.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 31, 2017
No Score Yet Revelator (2017) As writer, director, producer, star, editor and more, J. Van Auken brings a cool central concept and strong visuals, but the film ultimately never finds solidity.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 24, 2017
29% Ghost House (2017) Director Rich Ragsdale doesn't innovate within the genre but does provide enough visual surprises to please fans of supernatural scares.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 24, 2017
100% Women Who Kill (2017) It takes a familiar theme of romantic comedies - the fear of commitment - and gives it new life by adding a morbid element to the mix.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 17, 2017
No Score Yet The Monster Project (2017) It breaks the cardinal rule of the larger horror genre, running 95 minutes without a single scare or moment of dread.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 17, 2017
22% Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey (2017) With a résumé primarily populated by documentary films, two-time Oscar winner Sanders might be forgiven for issues with script and actors, but even the basics of filmmaking, such as editing and camerawork fall short.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 17, 2017
88% 4 Days in France (Jours de France) (2017) Writer-director Jérôme Reybaud has crafted an assured film for his narrative-feature debut. "4 Days in France" has a strong vision, even as its protagonist simply wanders across France.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 10, 2017
32% Fun Mom Dinner (2017) While good company might make or break a night out, sadly it can't save "Fun Mom Dinner" from being more than just fitfully funny.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Aug 3, 2017
85% The Incredible Jessica James (2017) "The Incredible Jessica James" may feel a little too familiar as character-driven comedies go, but it adds freshness to the standard indie tropes with strong performances, fully realized characters and some truly funny moments.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2017
47% Person to Person (2017) It's a slight film, but it's populated by enjoyable moments and wry observations that will appeal to fans of talky indies.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2017
A- 87% The Midwife (Sage femme) (2017) "The Midwife" marks the first time that two grand dames of French cinema - Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot - appear together, and the pairing doesn't disappoint.‐ The Playlist
Read More | Posted Jul 20, 2017
76% Killing Ground (2017) Continuing the tradition of brutal Australian horror films like "Wolf Creek," "Killing Ground" is an effective indie creeper that unnerves the audience with its all-too-realistic violence.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jul 20, 2017
No Score Yet Awaken the Shadowman (2017) Somehow worse than its ridiculous title, "Awaken the Shadowman" is sillier than it is scary.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jul 20, 2017
B 89% Girls Trip (2017) "Girls Trip" doesn't hesitate to earn its R rating, and some of its best moments are its bawdiest (thanks largely to Tiffany Haddish). The movie has its flaws, but they're tough to remember in the face of the fun it provides for two hours.‐ The Playlist
Read More | Posted Jul 18, 2017
16% Blind (2017) "Blind" stumbles with unlikable characters and a lack of depth, leaving audiences simply wishing for its ending, happy or not.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jul 13, 2017