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Nigel Andrews

Nigel Andrews
Nigel Andrews's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Times (UK), Financial Times

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
1/5 53% War Machine (2017) Feebly scripted, barely structured, it tells us nothing about why the US Afghan adventure went wrong (if we agree it did).‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 25, 2017
4/5 86% I Am Not Madame Bovary (2016) Shot after shot could be hung in a gallery.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 25, 2017
4/5 92% The Other Side of Hope (Toivon tuolla puolen) (2017) It works, it charms, it often entrances; even when some of the subject matter - here the world refugee crisis - tests the envelope of Kaurismaki's wilful parochialism.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 25, 2017
3/5 57% McLaren (2016) McLaren is not exactly Senna and certainly not Rush.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
2/5 37% Snatched (2017) Goldie Hawn, you break my heart. Amy Schumer (co-star and co-producer), woe upon you.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
4/5 79% Colossal (2017) This is a weird film. A little amazing. A little shocking. A little - no, quite a lot - worth seeing.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
2/5 28% King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (2017) The movie becomes a long, unstoppable, barely sufferable explosion of digi-battle scenes, digi-pachyderms, digi-snake-monsters, digi-Armageddon.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
3/5 100% Inversion (Varoonegi) (2016) Behzadi's humanist miniaturism is so subtle - so "ordinary" on the surface - that at times it could pass for soap opera. But the characters are intertwined with a lethal craft.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
3/5 71% Alien: Covenant (2017) In space no one can hear you yawn. Screaming, in the latest Alien movie, no longer seems a problem.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
4/5 74% Miss Sloane (2016) Miss Sloane has the roar of a good political satire/thriller, Merlin-engined for velocity and plot panache.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
2/5 89% Frantz (2017) By the end of Frantz we feel we're still waiting for this aching, reticent, glacial drama to begin.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
4/5 100% Jawbone (2017) The film has the gritty conviction of a partial memoir.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
4/5 92% The Levelling (2017) The film grows and grows. Not just as a character piece with pain and poignancy; also as a swirly, dystopian, ugly-beautiful landscape painting.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
2/5 94% Blind (2015) Riddling in cinema can have diminishing returns.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 2, 2017
4/5 94% Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015) Gibney makes another attempt to hole and sink [Scientology]. Hooray for him.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted May 2, 2017
4/5 93% A Quiet Passion (2017) Davies depicts suffocation near-suffocatingly. To love the film you just have to spend time in the pressure chamber of its singularity.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
4/5 94% Neruda (2016) Neruda starts as political cabaret, turns into dark fairytale, ends as a kind of destiny waltz.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
4/5 98% I Am Not Your Negro (2017) [A] forcefully eloquent movie.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
3/5 38% Aftermath (2017) Arnie and Scoot lay on the anguish bravely, even though combating a narrative and psychological vacuum.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
3/5 89% A Dark Song (2017) The film becomes hypnotic even when a little horrible.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
1/5 90% Raw (2017) The plot lurches from gross-out to gross-out with little wit and less logic.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
2/5 67% Free Fire (2017) Free Fire is a blend of thriller and black comedy that doesn't work as either.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
4/5 97% Graduation (Bacalaureat) (2017) Mungiu gives almost every character, devilish or not, his due, plus his back-story and biographical DNA.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
3/5 45% Ghost in the Shell (2017) Sanders and his visual effects team leave no sky un-soared, no scenic netherworld un-travelled, and no opportunity unexplored for vivid workouts of colour, texture and kinesis. Even the actors get moments to be memorable.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
3/5 14% Man Down (2016) This naff war fable with end-of-world curlicues is good only when LaBeouf fills the screen. His anguish, tears and poignant gropings to comprehend are moving and believable.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
4/5 93% All This Panic (2017) Affirms what we have suspected: fun in the social networking age - web one-upmanship, wars of esteem and self-esteem - has become fraught, even neurotic.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
4/5 100% The Age of Shadows (2016) The Age of Shadows is a giddily compelling South Korean movie about war, spies and resistance history.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
3/5 68% Life (2017) It's done with some wit and, in the action crescendos, wallop.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
3/5 88% The Lost City of Z (2017) The jungles look fabulous. But there's historical detailing to fill in, and that's where the film takes on weight and waffle.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
4/5 97% Aquarius (2016) I mean no offence, and hope Brazilian film-maker Kleber Mendonça Filho takes none, when I say Aquarius could be a stage play.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
4/5 79% Personal Shopper (2017) [Stewart] keeps Personal Shopper interesting even in scenes where its storytelling isn't.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 16, 2017
5/5 99% Get Out (2017) It's a brilliantly mischievous, unsettling movie.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 16, 2017
3/5 71% Beauty and the Beast (2017) Will Disney go on making live-action movies from its classic feature cartoons? If so, it needs a reason and strategy, not just a budget and back catalogue.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 16, 2017
3/5 97% The Salesman (Forushande) (2017) The ending is brave and interesting. Before that, the subtleties of relationship breakdown are finely charted. But elsewhere there is too much gauche alternation between symbolic parallelisms ...‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 16, 2017
4/5 97% The Love Witch (2016) The mix of am-dram solemnity, grand guignol and Terpsichorean time-tripping is hypnotic.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 9, 2017
3/5 73% Catfight (2017) What's it all about? Who knows? Perhaps, the difficult struggle to become an alpha female in a patriarchal world that hasn't yet invented the concept.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 9, 2017
3/5 76% Kong: Skull Island (2017) It's fun if you check your brain at the cloakroom.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 9, 2017
4/5 90% Elle (2016) Huppert does blithe amorality better than anyone.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 9, 2017
5/5 92% Certain Women (2016) The movie is faithful to everything real.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2017
4/5 87% The Student ((M)uchenik) (2017) With its kinetic camerawork, passion-storm dialogue and volatile mood-play it's the most mesmerising Russian film since Leviathan. And topical with it.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2017
2/5 78% Viceroy's House (2017) The pain and bloodshed of partition is distilled in a Romeo and Juliet romance, trite and tokenist, between a Hindu servant and his Muslim beloved.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2017
3/5 92% Logan (2017) Two and a quarter hours of lycanthropic hokum with fun moments.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2017
2/5 82% George Best: All by Himself (2017) Gordon's documentary is punctuated with redtop headlines, as if the Daily Bilge and Sunday Schmooze were the authorities to trust on matters of fallen soccer princes.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2017
2/5 42% A Cure For Wellness (2017) It gets dotty, then dottier.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2017
4/5 98% The Fits (2016) The Fits is strange and amazing.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2017
3/5 80% Patriots Day (2017) The hard-drive details of the day's horror stay with you.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2017
4/5 46% It's Only the End of the World (Juste la fin du monde) (2016) The actors, all tremendous, make the film sing. The capricious, emotive, ever-changeable close-ups - like Mount Rushmore in a son et lumière on a stormy night - make it dance.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2017
2/5 84% The Founder (2017) The Founder could have been a Preston Sturges-style comedy/biopic - a high-mischief fairy tale with moral resonance. Instead it does little but polish Ray Kroc's boots.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2017
3/5 93% Hidden Figures (2017) It's touching, sobering, sometimes funny, this lesson in racial history ...‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2017
5/5 98% Moonlight (2016) A poem of light and colour, of faces and the play of physique, of passions revealed by glance or gesture.‐ Financial Times
Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2017