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Paul Fairclough

Paul Fairclough
Paul Fairclough's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Time Out, Little White Lies

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 90% Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (2014) Has its moments, but is no Dunston Checks In. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Jul 17, 2014
2/5 76% Noah (2014) Fascinating, but rather flawed. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Apr 3, 2014
2/5 49% Stalingrad (2014) Utter crassness and inhuman awe coalesce in Fedor Bondarchuk's 3D take on the bloodiest battle in modern history. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Feb 20, 2014
4/5 75% Lone Survivor (2014) There are nuggets of honesty amid the gung-ho jingoism in Peter Berg's starry-eyed war story. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Jan 30, 2014
4/5 91% The Great Beauty (2013) A simply breathtaking work of art with a very human, intensely cinematic heart. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Sep 5, 2013
2/5 30% Hammer Of The Gods (2013) Dumb and dreary but ultimately hard to hate. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Aug 29, 2013
4/5 34% Everybody Has a Plan (2013) At heart it's a crime flick, but Piterbarg has woven in a woozy psychological undercurrent with a powerful pull that places it a cut above. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted May 30, 2013
3/5 54% The Look of Love (2013) Raymond would probably have approved - which might not be such a good thing. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Apr 25, 2013
4/5 93% The Sessions (2012) Three days after viewing, the film's questioning generosity and sense of perspective will still be knocking around your head. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Jan 17, 2013
3/5 44% Code Name: Geronimo (2012) Code Name: Geronimo is a film whose defects are entirely balanced by its positive aspects. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Dec 13, 2012
2/5 20% 360 (2012) There's one Anthony Hopkins monologue to remember, but that only highlights everything the rest of the film so sorely lacks. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Aug 9, 2012
3/5 100% Les géants (The Giants) (2011) Wistful, beautiful-looking but as transient as that land of lost content. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Jul 12, 2012
3/5 57% Safe (2012) Only half as dumb as it kids on, Safe is still a cut above the average actioner. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted May 3, 2012
1/5 25% Act of Valor (2012) Operates on more levels than Call of Combat IV: Jihadi Headshot, all of them despair-inducing. ‐ Little White Lies
Posted Mar 22, 2012
0% Pimp (2010) Both breathtakingly crass and unintentionally funny without ever being engaging or entertaining.‐ Little White Lies
Posted May 21, 2010
67% The Firm (2009) The Firm is hardly calculated to convert those who find Love's work brash, clichéd and empty, but there's a good deal of warmth and humour here.‐ Little White Lies
Posted Sep 18, 2009
3/6 50% A Letter to True (2004) Weber's mythologising of American loss of innocence (what, again?) and his homilies on world peace play on tired liberal totems like Martin Luther King and John Lennon and sit uncomfortably with an over-arching sense of sentimental nationalism. ‐ Time Out
Posted Aug 1, 2008
3/6 55% Married Life (2008) It looks beautiful, and the convoluted plotting is initially the right side of Hitchcock pastiche, but the central conundrum is teased out over so many twists and false climaxes that ultimately it's a shrug, not a shock, which greets the denouement. ‐ Time Out
Posted Jul 31, 2008