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Kristin M. Jones

Kristin M. Jones
Kristin M. Jones's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Comment Magazine, Wall Street Journal

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

The Innocents (Les innocentes) (2016)

"A measure of peace and joy is achieved at the end of Fontaine's film, but one wonders what scars remain." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Sep 6, 2016
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"As Piotr says in Dekalog: Five: "Everyone wonders if what they do has any meaning. I'm afraid that that meaning gets harder and harder to find." Dekalog challenges us to search for it in a complex world." ‐Wall Street Journal
Posted Sep 1, 2016

Marguerite (2016)

"Beneath the antic plot and sentimental portrayal of her marriage is a moving portrait of a woman who searches for an audience and loses herself." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Mar 17, 2016

Time Out Of Mind (2015)

"Time Out of Mind unfolds slowly, but mostly rewards the viewer's patience. " ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Sep 14, 2015

Eden (2015)

"Although Eden is not a comprehensive account of the emergence of the "French touch" sound, the film incorporates historical details and ephemera that evoke the texture of real life, such as the zine that gives the film its title. " ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted May 7, 2015

Fish Tank (2010)

"[Andrea] Arnold has a knack for subtle details but also for portraying female characters whose natural warmth and energy have been muted by trauma or social isolation." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Sep 24, 2014

Abuse of Weakness (2014)

"It's hard to imagine an actress other than Huppert so artfully layering frailty and toughness, self-delusion and self-awareness, and her complex portrayal is an irresistible foil to Kool Shen's blank expressions and wounded swagger. " ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Jul 7, 2014

Infamous (2006)

"The other-and possibly greater-Capote pic about the geneiss of In Cold Blood" ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 19, 2013

Blue Is The Warmest Color (2013)

"Ultimately, it is mainly the electrifying performances that Kechiche presumably elicited from Seydoux and Exarchopoulos that make Blue Is the Warmest Color a memorable film, however flawed." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 12, 2013

Farewell, My Queen (2012)

"His portrait loses some of its eerie power through the ugly twist at the film's conclusion, but she remains a fascinating enigma, and touchingly human." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2013

Mother Of George (2013)

"The poetic visuals create a disorienting sense of being at once immersed in the characters' world and kept at a distance." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted Sep 10, 2013

Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

"The film is almost unfailingly funny, but it also has a rapt quality, as if we are viewing the events through Suzy's binoculars or reading the story under the covers by a flashlight." ‐Film Comment Magazine
Posted May 16, 2012
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