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Perri Nemiroff

Perri Nemiroff
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/5 81% The Founder (2017) There's sit back, relax and watch Michael Keaton wreak havoc as Ray Kroc fun to be had with The Founder, but there's also a fascinating and deeply troubling character journey taking place that'll be tough to shake. ‐ Collider
Posted Jan 20, 2017
2.5/5 17% Assassin's Creed (2016) All the riveting roof-top running and hand-to-hand combat in the world won't make a movie worthwhile if you don't give a damn about the characters. ‐ Collider
Posted Dec 19, 2016
3/5 31% Passengers (2016) Tyldum had all the pieces necessary to deliver something engrossing and highly unique, and that makes it especially unfortunate that ill-fitting action detracts so significantly from the experience. ‐ Collider
Posted Dec 18, 2016
4/5 78% Patriots Day (2017) Patriots Day isn't an easy watch, but it's a necessary one - perhaps now more so than ever. ‐ Collider
Posted Nov 20, 2016
4.5/5 95% Moana (2016) Moana is the celebration of uniqueness, culture, family and pure joy that we need right now. ‐ Collider
Posted Nov 15, 2016
B 78% The Monster (2016) It's an engaging and worthy watch that teases great potential in everyone involved. ‐ Collider
Posted Nov 7, 2016
3/5 40% The Frontier (2016) There's definitely something refreshing about seeing a full-blown retro crime thriller, but Oren Shai's feature directorial debut is reduced to a mere novelty because there's so little access to the main characters. ‐ Collider
Posted Oct 24, 2016
2.5/5 82% Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) Ouija: Origin of Evil pales in comparison to some studio-scale horror we've seen this year, but for what it's worth, it is an improvement on the 2014 Ouija movie. ‐ Collider
Posted Oct 20, 2016
3/5 43% The Girl on the Train (2016) Even the slightest misstep is going to be magnified in this type of film and threaten the credibility of the narrative, and unfortunately that is what happens here. ‐ Collider
Posted Oct 7, 2016
3/5 40% Morgan (2016) If anything makes 'Morgan' stand out from the pack, it's the fact that it feels like no one else could have directed the film. (Or at least not the same way.) ‐ Collider
Posted Sep 1, 2016
4/5 76% Lights Out (2016) Sandberg successfully creates a high quality, wide appeal horror movie that'll make you think twice before turning out the light. ‐ Collider
Posted Jul 21, 2016
1.5/5 31% Independence Day: Resurgence (2016) We're all well aware of the sequel stigma and have probably seen our fair share of films that feel like thoughtless attempts to milk a hit for all it's worth, but Independence Day: Resurgence might be one of the worst of the worst ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 30, 2016
3/5 69% Central Intelligence (2016) There are significant flaws that likely would have sank other films, but it's nearly impossible to dislike Central Intelligence simply because Hart and Johnson are so radiant in it. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 30, 2016
1.5/5 54% The Purge: Election Year (2016) The glorification of violence in the movie is pretty upsetting, and that's coming from someone who's a fan of the first two installments. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 30, 2016
4/5 80% The Conjuring 2 (2016) The Conjuring 2 is an excellent example of what more sequels should aspire to be, unique but respectful of the tone and style established in the original movie. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 8, 2016
A- 94% King Jack (2016) An exceptionally powerful coming-of-age story that pairs the charm and heart we've come to expect from the genre with some especially intense and brutal drama. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 6, 2016
3/5 38% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016) At a time when the market is flooded with serious superhero films, something light and kid-friendly like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is very refreshing. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 2, 2016
2.5/5 48% X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) Starts off strong with highly enjoyable introductions and a fun "getting the band (back) together" kind of feel, but then it fizzles out and turns into a mind-numbing montage of poorly choreographed combat and outrageous, widespread destruction. ‐ Collider
Posted May 9, 2016
C 24% Being Charlie (2016) It is abundantly clear that this is a heartfelt, cathartic project for the group, but unfortunately that doesn't necessarily mean it'll touch outsiders as well. ‐ Collider
Posted May 3, 2016
1/5 7% Mother's Day (2016) Marshall completely misses the point of making a movie about Mother's Day. Yes, each segment does address parenting, but none hit home in a way that makes you want to call your own mother to tell her how much you love and appreciate her. ‐ Collider
Posted Apr 29, 2016
B 52% Holidays (2016) Every single segment in Holidays is of a certain quality and every single one holds your attention. Some are just more refined and impactful than others. ‐ Collider
Posted Apr 28, 2016
A 90% Green Room (2016) The 95 minutes are so enthralling and fly by so fast that it's got a rollercoaster effect. It's hard to come down from the adrenaline rush and think of anything else besides experiencing it again. ‐ Collider
Posted Apr 14, 2016
4/5 49% Hardcore Henry (2016) Hardcore isn't a perfect movie by any means, but it is a rip-roaring 90 minutes of firepower, action and carnage, and an unprecedented cinematic achievement. ‐ Collider
Posted Apr 8, 2016
4/5 100% Teenage Cocktail (2016) Teenage Cocktail is a quality film that goes well beyond an entertaining high school romance and makes a lasting impression by highlighting the overwhelming power of blinding passion. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 24, 2016
2/5 No Score Yet Shovel Buddies (2016) Atkinson and Hellerman clearly had good intentions and the whole cast gives the material their all, but there is just no making this story work. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 24, 2016
4.5/5 87% Don't Breathe (2016) Don't Breathe is a masterful combination of suspense and violence that'll have you squirming in your seat and enjoying every minute of it. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 15, 2016
83% Sausage Party (2016) Every minute of Sausage Party is brimming with wildly inappropriate jokes and situations. No spoilers here of course, but brace yourself for something unprecedented that will undoubtedly have your jaw hit the floor. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 15, 2016
4/5 77% In a Valley of Violence (2016) In a Valley of Violence is a refreshing and highly entertaining blend of thrills, laughs and Western essentials. It could and should be a game changer for director Ti West. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 15, 2016
3/5 60% The Trust (2016) If you take the sit back and relax approach to The Trust, there's a good deal of fun to be had with Cage's wacky performance. But, if you dare give the scenario a second thought it could easily extinguish the thrill of the film. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 15, 2016
4/5 69% Operation Avalanche (2016) If you appreciate the meta quality of Johnson infiltrating NASA to make this movie then you'll really get swept up in the material that focuses on him making a movie within the movie. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 15, 2016
2.5/5 83% Midnight Special (2016) Jeff Nichols' impressive production values suggests that he's thought through the details of this sci-fi scenario extensively. The problem is, he doesn't share them and that can make Midnight Special frustrating and unfulfilling. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 13, 2016
4.5/5 76% Keanu (2016) There's crazy behavior and zany scenarios, but it's all backed by honest emotion, and that's a pairing you don't see in broad comedies very often. Keanu is the most adorable kidnapping movie. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 13, 2016
4.5/5 86% Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) Everybody Wants Some is an opportunity to escape, live in this world for two hours and have some fun, but the experience also comes with a very important message that'll hit home for everyone. It celebrates the individual. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 12, 2016
2/5 76% Baskin (2016) Baskin is the classic example of a film that fails because it can't support its carnage. I'm all for extreme blood and guts, but it needs to have purpose. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 7, 2016
4.5/5 90% The Devil's Candy (2015) The Devil's Candy is the complete midnight movie package. It's got characters to root for, a clever narrative, and a spot-on mix of scares-those that are brimming with energy and others that'll seep in and mess with your head. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 4, 2016
4/5 81% Southbound (2016) Most anthology films have ups and downs. It's almost inevitable. Southbound is more even and has more connective tissue than most, but it does feature one segment that singlehandedly justifies seeing the whole movie. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 4, 2016
3/5 25% London Has Fallen (2016) There's definitely some fun to be had, but there's a good chance you'll walk away feeling uneasy for having taken any pleasure in it at all. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 3, 2016
4/5 64% Ava's Possessions (2016) Galland is a skilled world builder. He takes these very familiar big screen scenarios, puts his own smart spin on them and then he winds up with these especially appealing and thoughtful concepts that are a blast to consider well beyond the feature. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 29, 2016
4.5/5 83% The Wave (Bolgen) (2016) The Wave is everything you'd want in a disaster movie and then some. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 29, 2016
1.5/5 16% Gods Of Egypt (2016) Rather than put the focus on creating a few fantastic creatures and sets, the team behind Gods of Egypt opted to make a road trip movie with an abundance of awful looking monsters. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 26, 2016
3.5/5 47% How To Be Single (2016) How to Be Single is an above average romantic comedy that excels thanks to stellar performances and the fact that Ditter makes an effort to make it a very human story. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 23, 2016
3.5/5 91% Bridge of Spies (2015) Bridge of Spies is a quality film featuring loads of commendable work, but Spielberg's glossy and exceedingly upbeat take on the material might make it more of a crowdpleaser than an Oscar contender. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 23, 2016
4/5 61% Carnage Park (2016) Keating's work continues to improve, with Carnage Park suggesting that he's more than ready to tackle bigger and lengthier shoots - if he chooses. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 23, 2016
4/5 80% Eddie The Eagle (2016) There is no stopping a film with this much heart. Eddie the Eagle is the quintessential crowd-pleaser, brimming with so much positivity that it'll truly leave you feeling hopeful about your own endeavors when it's over. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 23, 2016
2/5 61% Race (2016) 'Race' is mostly a film that recounts Owens' achievements. It's not a human representation of his experience. ‐ Collider
Posted Feb 19, 2016
2.5/5 71% Jurassic World (2015) It's a letdown in a number of respects, but as a diehard fan of the original, it's tough not to have some fun returning to Isla Nublar and seeing visitors enjoy the attractions as John Hammond intended. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 12, 2015
2/5 58% Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) 'Insidious: Chapter 3' is stylistically unremarkable, boring and doesn't add very many satisfying layers to the characters or mythology. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 8, 2015
4/5 94% Spy (2015) Susan Cooper doesn't just find herself in crazy situations and resort to random zany behavior. She's a strong, capable woman who earned the opportunity to do something different, making the fish-out-of-water humor especially effective. ‐ Collider
Posted Jun 8, 2015
4/5 88% Backcountry (2015) I already think twice about going in the ocean thanks to 'Open Water' and now I'll have the same problem with camping courtesy of this disturbingly brilliant feature directorial debut. ‐ Collider
Posted Mar 24, 2015
72% Honeymoon (2014) Janiak does find a great deal of success turning that dreamy romance on its head, plunging her leads into a nightmarish scenario and ensuring you'll never forget what happened to them. ‐ ScreenRant
Posted Jan 5, 2015