Mark Lieberman

Mark Lieberman
Mark Lieberman's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Washington Post
Biography:
Mark Lieberman is a D.C.-based journalist and critic whose byline has appeared in the Washington Post, IndieWire, DCist, Vulture, Vox, Vice, IndieWire, The Week, Slant and Paste.
Publications: Washington Post

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
2/4 62% The Call of the Wild (2020) In an age of children's entertainment that's snarky, self-referential and even meta, "The Call of the Wild"... stands out for its earnest effort to entertain without commenting on itself or the modern world. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 17, 2020
3/4 91% Weathering with You (2020) "Weathering With You" may not reach the heights of "Your Name," but it still achieves something impressive: It tells a story that, without sugarcoating the environmental challenges that lie ahead, manages to end on a hopeful note. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 13, 2020
3/4 94% When Lambs Become Lions (2019) [I]n the hands of documentarian Jon Kasbe, making his striking feature debut after a handful of short films, the movie is something far less binary, and far more intriguing. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 9, 2019
1.5/4 72% The Aeronauts (2019) This one is, at moments, exhilarating - but not much else. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 3, 2019
2.5/4 52% Charlie's Angels (2019) Stewart's unexpected casting here, in a frothy action comedy, injects the movie with a shot of much-needed unpredictability. Of all the Angels, she works the hardest, ensuring that the movie isn't forgettable. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 14, 2019
3/4 58% Frankie (2019) [T]hanks to a superb cast and a welcome strain of comedic energy, "Frankie" turns out to be more than a pretty travelogue with melodrama. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2019
3/4 96% By the Grace of God (Grâce à Dieu) (2019) To approach the grim subject matter, Ozon forgoes his trademark satirical wit and flamboyant style. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 22, 2019