Penelope Gilliatt Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Penelope Gilliatt

Penelope Gilliatt

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Penelope Gilliatt's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New Yorker

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
100% Le samoura├» (2005) "Cold, masterly, without pathos, and not even particularly sympathetic; it has the noble structure of accuracy. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
No Score Yet The Princess Yang Kwei Fei (Y├┤kihi) (1955) "Princess Yang Kwei Fei miraculously reproduces the comings and goings of the hero's thought, and it is in this sense that Mizoguchi's realism is most classical. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
100% Adam's Rib (1949) "Katharine Hepburn conveys an extraordinary abundance of spirit. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
90% Pat and Mike (1952) "Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin here wrote an engaging screenplay about emotion-without-display for their rare uncut diamonds. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
90% Woman of the Year (1942) "The film earlier has one of the very best Tracy-Hepburn love scenes, full of the sense of private shelter that they uniquely purvey. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
93% Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) "George Lucas, who made American Graffiti, has put together a sci-fi film that draws on any number of associations. Star Wars is both amazing and familiar. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
91% Professione: reporter (The Passenger) (1975) "Earlier Antonioni films have often seemed studied, but not this one. Its details are easy and apropos. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
88% Bonnie and Clyde (1967) "Bonnie and Clyde don't really know that killing kills. The film does -- unlike the run of movies about violence now, which mostly know that killing sells. " ‐ New Yorker
Posted Jan 14, 2013
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