Pierre Greenfield

Pierre Greenfield

Agrees with the Tomatometer 76% of the time.

Pierre Greenfield's reviews do not count toward the Tomatometer. This is not a Tomatometer-approved critic, and this critic's reviews are not published on a Tomatometer-approved publication.

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)

"Nicolas Roeg's extraordinary film is, amongst other things, a scathing satire and a science-fiction tragedy." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Dec 17, 2011

The Front Page (1974)

"[Billy] Wilder's later films tend to be about loneliness, despair, desperation... and these things are at the forefront of his version of The Front Page." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Jul 12, 2011

Monsieur Verdoux (1947)

"I find Chaplin's film a drab and essentially false achievement." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Jan 9, 2011

The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976)

"... what we're left with is an extremely interesting rough draft, a plot pregnant with intriguing ideas that never quite achieves artistic childbirth." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Dec 21, 2010

The Europeans (1979)

"... the best James movie to date, in terms of catching the author's essence, and it's an exquisite entertainment, immensely worth seeing." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010

King of Kings (1961)

"There is a lot wrong with King of Kings, but I was far more impressed than I thought I would be, and it certainly bears Ray's signature." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010

The Loved One (1965)

"... a blend of the brilliant and the dreadful so extreme that it is almost never anywhere in between..." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

"... gorgeous, richly textured, full of pellucid colours and images that tremble between tableau and hallucination." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010
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Otley (1968)

"[Dick] Clement and his usual scripting partner, Ian La Frenais... have a keen eye for this sort of comic-but-realistic perspective [and] a fine ear for the way ordinary people talk..." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010

Alice, Sweet Alice (Communion) (1976)

"... a classy chiller on a low budget, and a celebration of cinema at its noirest." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)

"... it's good enough, for all Kubrick's obvious influence on it, to stand on its own as a classic of the science-fiction genre, and also outside any genre considerations." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Sep 18, 2010

The Illustrated Man (1969)

"The Illustrated Man is undeniably a mess, a jigsaw where the pieces hint at some sort of overall unity but never quite fit." ‐ Parallax View
Posted May 6, 2010

Death on the Nile (1978)

"Peter Ustinov as Hercule P. floats along in the Agatha Christie mystery soup quite serenely..." ‐ Parallax View
Posted Apr 21, 2010