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Miles Fielder

Miles Fielder
Miles Fielder's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Empire Magazine, The List

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 63%

Scared to Death (1947)

"Keeping fang firmly in cheek, there's much to be savoured in this old dark house style mystery." ‐The List
Posted Oct 19, 2016
4/5 95%

Finding Vivian Maier (2014)

"That Maier turned out to be a mystery woman who went to great lengths to conceal the details of her life only further motivated Maloof, and what he found makes for riveting viewing." ‐The List
Posted Jun 23, 2014
5/5 96%

Dead of Night (1945)

"By turns eerie, funny, macabre and utterly chilling." ‐The List
Posted Feb 24, 2014
5/5 98%

The Night of the Hunter (1955)

"This southern American Gothic chiller remains both gloriously cinematic and utterly terrifying almost 60 years after it was made." ‐The List
Posted Jan 16, 2014
3/5 67%

The Railway Man (2014)

"Perhaps Boyce and Teplitzky felt no grandstanding was necessary to tell Lomax's story. Regardless, the storytelling feels somewhat pedestrian." ‐The List
Posted Dec 9, 2013
4/5 100%

Utopia (2013)

"Pilger made Utopia to make Australians sit up and listen. It's no-nonsense, provocative, powerful and sickening stuff." ‐The List
Posted Nov 12, 2013
2/5 85%

Hawking (2013)

"The problem here is not the material, it's what Finnigan does - or doesn't - do with it." ‐The List
Posted Sep 16, 2013
4/5 73%

Borrowed Time (2012)

"It's an absolute delight thanks to a warm and witty script, smart, no-nonsense direction and spot-on - and occasionally priceless - turns from a cast comprised largely of unknowns, aside from one lovely old lag." ‐The List
Posted Sep 6, 2013
5/5 100%

Purple Noon (Plein soleil) (1961)

"Plein Soleil remains a masterpiece. It defined the career of its director, who became known as the French Hitchcock." ‐The List
Posted Aug 16, 2013
4/5 92%

I Am Breathing (2013)

"It's an 'extraordinary/ordinary' story, and one that might have been utterly depressing, or worse, horribly cloying were it not for the sensitivity with which Davie and McKinnon have approached their subject ..." ‐The List
Posted Jun 6, 2013
4/5 50%

Fuck For Forest (2014)

"Neither exploitative nor judgemental in its treatment of the small band of eco-porn warriors more palatably known as the FFF." ‐The List
Posted Apr 18, 2013
4/5 59%

Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)

"Has enough genuine spectacle and directorial signature to make it something more entertaining than a run-of-the-mill Hollywood blockbuster." ‐The List
Posted Mar 8, 2013
3/5 90%

Michael H. Profession: Director (2013)

"We don't learn much ... about what motivates Haneke, although we learn a lot, through the man and his collaborators, about how he operates when working." ‐The List
Posted Mar 8, 2013
2/5 50%

Hi-so (2011)

"For most of its seemingly interminable running time the bored-looking protagonist sits in his apartment possibly thinking about something or nothing." ‐The List
Posted Feb 26, 2013
2/5 71%

Crawl (2011)

"It's one thing to pay homage to your favourite filmmakers; it's another to rip them off. If there's a fine line between the two, China has stepped well and truly over it." ‐The List
Posted Feb 20, 2013
3/5 92%

Side by Side (2012)

"At once a celebration of new technology and a lamentation of a passing one, Side by Side is oddly depressing to watch." ‐The List
Posted Feb 18, 2013
3/5 75%

Populaire (2013)

"Somewhat disappointingly, the social and sexual commentary is sidelined by the film's typing competition-focused action - admittedly handled with real aplomb - and is otherwise buried beneath the inarguably beautiful period dressing." ‐The List
Posted Feb 15, 2013
1/5 0%

Run For Your Wife (2013)

"So poorly executed and the material so hopelessly dated that it traduces its (sort of) honourable origins as a theatrical farce to become nothing less than utterly farcical." ‐The List
Posted Feb 11, 2013
4/5 94%

The House I Live In (2012)

"Jarecki's arguments, presented as a very personal response to the war on drugs, are unashamedly those of a left-wing libertarian. They are also enormously compelling and extremely convincing." ‐The List
Posted Dec 17, 2012
4/5 87%

Life of Pi (2012)

"Such a fabulously beautiful -- and faithful -- vision of Martel's novel one wonders how anyone could ever have thought the source material unsuitable for the big screen." ‐The List
Posted Dec 3, 2012
3/5 76%

Alps (2012)

"It's hard to see what, if anything, Lanthimos is saying about modern Greece. And without that clear focus, the film feels a bit off-piste." ‐The List
Posted Nov 13, 2012
5/5 95%

Sister (2012)

"Meier's film is both an intimate drama about fractured family relationships and a social realist drama that looks at how class differences affect young lives." ‐The List
Posted Oct 9, 2012
4/5 94%

Room 237 (2013)

"It's a terrifically imaginative and superbly executed examination of Kubrick's masterpiece, and it's an interesting comment on the nature of film appreciation in general." ‐The List
Posted Oct 5, 2012
4/5 92%

A Simple Life (2012)

"Compassionate but never sentimental, heartfelt but not tear-jerking and at once very funny and deeply moving." ‐The List
Posted Aug 16, 2012
4/5 85%

The Forgiveness of Blood (2012)

"[A] compelling foreign language drama that unfolds beyond the borders of the First World." ‐The List
Posted Aug 8, 2012
3/5 60%

El Bulli: Cooking In Progress (2011)

"Although we get little of the flavour of the man behind the restaurant, Wetzel captures the essence of Adrià's process of sublime culinary creation." ‐The List
Posted Jul 16, 2012
4/5 71%

Revenge of the Electric Car (2011)

"Here's a rarity: an environmentally themed documentary that's got a positive story to tell." ‐The List
Posted Jul 16, 2012
4/5 71%

Dark Horse (2012)

"There's something ultimately moving as well as funny in Abe's conflict with himself. It gives Dark Horse a degree of dramatic weight missing from his other films." ‐The List
Posted Jul 12, 2012
3/5 67%

California Solo (2012)

"Carlyle carries the film with a typically dedicated performance. And he can carry a tune, too." ‐The List
Posted Jun 27, 2012
4/5 No Score Yet

Niño (2012)

"Niño impresses on a dramatic level. It's also very accomplished on a technical level, with graceful cinematography, a minimalist score and meticulous editing." ‐The List
Posted Jun 26, 2012
4/5 No Score Yet

Mondomanila: or, How I Fixed My Hair After a Rather Long Journey (2012)

"This is a film that revels in the outlawed and the unwholesome, which viewers will either find delightful or detestable, depending on their personal proclivities." ‐The List
Posted Jun 21, 2012
3/5 43%

7 Days in Havana (2012)

"The seven films present a rich, vivid and pointedly non-stereotypical view of the energetic and diverse culture of the Cuban capital." ‐The List
Posted Jun 14, 2012
4/5 95%

Silent Souls (2011)

"Beguiling, dreamy and mystifying. And quite unlike anything else. An unexpected cinematic treat." ‐The List
Posted Jun 14, 2012
5/5 93%

The Apartment (1960)

"This really is a film of ever increasing returns." ‐The List
Posted Jun 13, 2012
3/5 72%

Free Men (2012)

"Loosely based on real events, this espionage drama set during World War II focuses on the largely overlooked cooperation between Arabic immigrants and the French Resistance." ‐The List
Posted May 11, 2012
3/5 79%

The Innkeepers (2012)

"West has delivered a genuinely involving and disconcerting chiller that's closer than anything else to a decent 50s B-movie." ‐The List
Posted May 11, 2012
4/5 96%

Port of Shadows (Le Quai des Brumes) (2012)

"One of the definitive examples of the 'poetic realism' style of French cinema of the pre-war and wartime years..." ‐The List
Posted May 4, 2012
3/5 76%

Damsels in Distress (2012)

"It's good to see such a filmmaker with such a genuinely unique sensibility making movies again." ‐The List
Posted Apr 17, 2012
3/5 63%

Le moine (The Monk) (2013)

"[Moll's] most ambitious film yet." ‐The List
Posted Apr 17, 2012
3/5 46%

Battle in Heaven (2006)

"There's more to this controversial and aesthetically cold film than just its explicit sex scenes. Honest." Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 1, 2006
4/5 82%

The World's Fastest Indian (2005)

"A wonderfully uplifting and charming biopic that's sure to win over all but the most mean-spirited. And the motorbike races really rocket, too." Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 1, 2006
3/5 15%

Stoned (2005)

"More than just another dead-celeb biopic, this is an effective evocation of the era in which Jones lived and died." Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 1, 2006
4/5 90%

I'm Not Scared (Io non ho paura) (2003)

"The beautiful photography will have you booking flights to Sicily, while the unsentimental rites-of-passage drama can't fail to touch your heart." Empire Magazine
Posted Jun 11, 2004
2/5 75%

The Cat's Meow (2001)

"The potential of this pure Hollywood Babylon story remains unrealised, instead playing out as half-baked Agatha Christie." Empire Magazine
Posted Jun 4, 2004
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