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Leland Montgomery

Leland Montgomery
Leland Montgomery's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Paste Magazine

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
7/10 74% Alive Inside (2014) I think it's important to recognize what this film is trying to do: raise awareness about dementia and the mistreatment of patients. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Jul 17, 2014
8.3/10 96% I Am Divine (2013) Shwarz helps paint a picture of an extraordinary boy who lived so far outside what was considered "normal," he had no choice but to blaze his own trail. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Apr 17, 2014
7.8/10 89% Bears (2014) The movie is so slick, so well-crafted and so beautiful, it's easy to forget that it was essentially made out of found footage. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Apr 17, 2014
7.5/10 42% The Face of Love (2014) One of the strengths of the film is a tone that teeters between psychological thriller and beautiful love story. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Mar 6, 2014
4.5/10 79% Bethlehem (2014) Adler's bias transforms Bethlehem from what could have been an insightful examination of the regional conflict into a sort of common police procedural. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Mar 6, 2014
6/10 49% Stalingrad (2014) Stalingrad tries so hard to be epic that it frequently gets confused and bogged down with peripheral characters. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Feb 27, 2014
7.5/10 53% Interior. Leather Bar. (2014) Interior. Leather Bar. isn't as concerned with accurate depictions of historical footage as it is interested in deconstructing Friedkin's ideas and reassembling them in a contemporary context. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Jan 16, 2014
8/10 92% The Revisionaries (2012) Scott Thurman's new film The Revisionaries is a postcard from the frontline of America's culture wars. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Oct 31, 2013
8.5/10 89% Rush (2013) It's not just about cars, though -- it's about how we interact with people different from ourselves, what we learn from them, and how those experiences can enrich our lives. As a result, Rush is worth the trip. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Sep 26, 2013
7.2/10 78% The Grandmaster (2013) Despite its problems, The Grandmaster is more poetic than other recent Kung Fu movies. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Aug 22, 2013
7.1/10 No Score Yet To Make A Farm (2011) Though quiet and contemplative, To Make a Farm provides its viewers plenty of food for thought. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Jun 28, 2013
7.2/10 33% The Brass Teapot (2013) The story is set up and unfolds in a very subtle, nuanced manner that enriches each reveal. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Apr 5, 2013
6.5/10 37% Stand Up Guys (2013) There's something about Stand Up Guys that's both brilliant and poignant. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Feb 21, 2013