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Paul Parcellin

Paul Parcellin
Paul Parcellin's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Threat

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/10 82% In the Last Days of the City (Akher ayam el madina) (2018) The film makes relatively clear the predicament that each of the main characters is in, but fails to make a compelling connection between its parts, or morph into a coherent, complete story.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Apr 26, 2018
8/10 96% Particle Fever (2014) Considering the complexities of the subject matter, the film holds together surprisingly well. It's catnip for physics geeks, of course, but others with even a mild curiosity about the physical world can appreciate it.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Apr 16, 2018
5.5/10 82% Bye Bye Germany (Es war einmal in Deutschland...) (2018) The film doesn't fully carry the weight that director/writer Sam Garbarski and co-writer Michel Bergmann seem to be aiming for. The characters appear to grapple with emotional issues, but the film doesn't delve very deeply into them.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Apr 16, 2018
6/10 No Score Yet Use Your Delusion (2017) You've got to hand it to this crew, they hang in there and play their hearts out, even if it's to an audience of 15 or so in a Bakersfield brewery. That's rock 'n' roll.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Apr 13, 2018
6.5/10 No Score Yet Bus Party to Hell (2018) Fans of campy horror flicks who have an ironic appreciation for low-budget B-movies may find this one right up their alley.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Apr 12, 2018
8.5/10 85% A Suitable Girl (2017) The film gives what seems like an honest look at a world that might be quite foreign to many of us, and it's a fascinating slice of life to observe.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Apr 2, 2018
5.5/10 No Score Yet Blood and Glory (Modder en Bloed) (2016) All of the pieces are in place as the film fades to black, but our journey along the way is a little too mechanical to be a genuine crowd pleaser.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 19, 2018
8/10 No Score Yet Snapshots (2018) Performances all around are strong, with Piper Laurie's Rose taking the lead and directing us through the story's narrative. We are invited to soak in the retro atmosphere as the story unfolds at a leisurely pace.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 19, 2018
8/10 No Score Yet A Bluebird in My Heart (2018) As the film morphs from a character study into crime film, the action grows more taut, as it ought to.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 19, 2018
2/10 No Score Yet Hired to Kill (1990) The movie's biggest laughs come from parts that were probably not intended to be comic.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 6, 2018
7/10 74% Point and Shoot (2014) Despite the film's tendency to shy away from deeper questions of motivation, Curry's storytelling is well-structured and strangely compelling. I found myself rooting for Vandyke - and thanking my lucky stars that I was not in his place.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 5, 2018
7/10 71% Chasing Great (2018) In all, Chasing Great remains engrossing throughout, offering a close-up look at a very rough and tumble sport. Watching the film, it's hard not to get swept up into the spirit of the fans and the players.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 5, 2018
6.5/10 51% Submission (2018) Submission is well acted, finely paced and craftily photographed, but provides no real revelations that will add to the discussion about campus politics or sexual harassment. Which is OK - thankfully, it's not a film that wants to teach us a lesson.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2018
8/10 83% The Big Knife (1955) Fortunately, an outstanding cast helps make the transition from stage to screen a success.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Feb 26, 2018
9/10 No Score Yet Mission Blue (2014) The film is great to look at and not burdened with technical information.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Feb 22, 2018
9/10 100% Rebels of the Neon God (2015) Although the characters speak sparingly, especially the taciturn Hsiao-Kang, we come away understanding their world a little better. The conflicts that they encounter along the way are by no means resolved, but the ending is satisfying just the same.‐ Film Threat
Read More | Posted Feb 12, 2018