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Nick Bradshaw

Nick Bradshaw
Nick Bradshaw's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): L.A. Weekly

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) For well over two hours the film is hectically entertaining, its performances, camerawork, storytelling and extensive musical numbers all energetically colourful. ‐ Time Out
Posted May 5, 2015
99% Annie Hall (1977) While its consonance comes largely from Gordon Willis's photography and Allen's spacious sense of New York, pathos comes at best from Keaton's evaporative performance and a slightly sentimental conception. ‐ Time Out
Posted Mar 3, 2015
96% Citizenfour (2014) Far from just trading in conjecture and abstraction, Citizenfour self-reflexively dramatises the dangers that Snowden wants to warn us about. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Oct 31, 2014
100% Marketa Lazarová (1967) It's stark, daring and often astoundingly dynamic. ‐ Time Out
Posted Mar 27, 2013
93% The Four Times (Le Quattro Volte) (2011) If you can separate yourself from the buzz of higher-pitch cinema, the film's beauty, wit and charm come as a breath of fresh air. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted May 31, 2011
89% A Moment of Innocence (1999) A merry analogist, Makhmalbaf draws a wealth of parallels, between ages and eras, hopes and fears. ‐ Time Out
Posted Aug 21, 2010
No Score Yet Issues (2006) A veneer of potty mouth barely buffs the surface of this vanilla romantic comedy from Compton writer-director Van Elder. ‐ L.A. Weekly
Posted Oct 5, 2006
32% Good Burger (1997) Few people can be so big-hearted as to tolerate Ed's agonizing brand of pedantic humour. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
100% The Lost World (1925) The film retains a certain naive wonderment, the story (Eurocentric as it may be) still holds up, and Wallace Beery is an inimitably hirsute Professor Challenger. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
92% Shaun of the Dead (2004) The cast make a cosy fit, the patter is still sitcom snappy, but Wright also has the visual snap to carry this saga of backyard apocalypse. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
92% Shakespeare in Love (1998) It's Tom Stoppard's witty, intelligent script which proves so satisfying. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
61% Hulk (2003) Nice as it would be to report that Ang and his co-writer/producer James Schamus had regenerated the summer blockbuster, we gotta poop the party. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
55% Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) Charmless, sexless, passionless and robot-humoured, it's preposterously uninvolving. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
95% Gods and Monsters (1998) Not a complicated film, but warm and clever. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
88% Shrek (2001) Gag by gag -- and there's a stream -- it's merrily irreverent, visually and vocally. The bigger picture, though, is rather more conventional. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jun 24, 2006
25% Fathers' Day (1997) Writers Ganz and Mandell go pleasingly light on the syrup and sentimentality. ‐ Time Out
Posted Feb 11, 2006
3% Speed 2 - Cruise Control (1997) Dafoe's take on Dennis Hopper's Hopper impersonation is plain pointless; Bullock too is wasted in a ditzy half-role; and Patric is unsmiling and resolutely uncharismatic. ‐ Time Out
Posted Feb 9, 2006
9% Catwoman (2004) You're left with flashes of mis-spent promise: the feline mysticism; the cosmetics-industry intrigue; the idea of electrocuting Lambert Wilson's unctious corporate cad. ‐ Time Out
Posted Feb 9, 2006
2% The In Crowd (2000) There's little noteworthy. ‐ Time Out
Posted Feb 9, 2006
26% Daylight (1996) Cohen keeps the vehicle cruising in fourth gear, hoping the audience won't get too impatient with the familiar scenery. Big, efficient, mindless entertainment. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jan 26, 2006