Marc Ricov

Marc Ricov
Marc Ricov's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry
Publications: Film Inquiry

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T-Meter Title | Year
73% Boss Level (2021) It might not break new ground, but somewhere inside its unexpected mix of eccentric violence, over-the-top comedy and a heartfelt portrayal of fatherhood, it manages to be a thoroughly entertaining trip. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 5, 2021
90% Promising Young Woman (2020) Promising Young Woman sacrifices its opportunity to deliver the ultimate revenge fantasy for something unexpectedly profound and to an extent, thematically necessary. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 20, 2021
96% Dating Amber (2020) Freyne take sometimes feels familiar, but there's a cultural charm woven into his screenplay that elevates the material above what's expected of the genre and it's brought to life by an irresistible chemistry between its leads. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 15, 2020
75% The Other Lamb (2020) It's a genuine spellbinder that's both beautiful and alarming, succeeding as a strong example of visually-dependant storytelling and a bewitching work of art that understands the collective power of femininity. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 20, 2020
29% The Staggering Girl (2019) While The Staggering Girl takes a journey that's likely to leave viewers feeling lost along the way, those willing to surrender to its abstract delivery will be treated to a highly-texturized smorgasbord of fashion and forgotten memories. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 16, 2020
7% Fantasy Island (2020) What should have been a sun-soaked blockbuster succeeding solely on the basis of being 'dumb fun', leaves us seesawing between feeling shamelessly entertained and frustratingly ripped-off. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 3, 2020
93% Invisible Life (A vida invisível de Eurídice Gusmão) (2019) It's an enchanting experience, one that emphasises the power of hope in times of helplessness and the importance of love above all else. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 28, 2020
20% The Death and Life of John F. Donovan (2019) It's far from perfect, but still manages to be a fascinating attempt at exploring sexual identity, isolation and the consequences of fame. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
48% Wounds (2019) It's a work of sticky, unyielding dread - one of those misunderstood gems that comes along every so often, catching you off-guard with its skin-crawling concept and arcane atmosphere. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
70% Haunt (2019) From what could have been the pot-of-gold at the end of the bloody rainbow for horror fans, results in a conspicuously suspense-free story about the systematic slaughtering of teenagers who should have known better on Halloween night. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2019
63% Child's Play (2019) While not as subversive as Holland's cult classic, Klevberg's polished version is a delightfully vicious ode to its campy origins, proving that a remake can be worthwhile if made with enough creativity and a current social awareness. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2019
29% The Last Summer (2019) There's no doubt that the notable cast will attract limited audiences in search of a light-hearted diversion, but anyone craving a substantial story about coming-of-age and young love will be bitterly disappointed in this uninspired, vapid mess. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2019
36% Poms (2019) Despite the adherence to a cookie-cutter formula, the bold choice to address the more serious themes surrounding old age is precisely what makes Poms stand out. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2019