Redmond Bacon

Redmond Bacon
Redmond Bacon's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Cultured Vultures
Publications: Cultured Vultures

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
7/10 No Score Yet Psychosia (Psykosia) (2019) Psychosia is a strong debut from Danish director Marie Grahtø Sørensen that cleverly blurs the lines between what is real and what is imagined. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 6, 2019
7% The Kindness of Strangers (2019) The Kindness of Strangers has a rather weightless feel, often at odds with its heavy subject matter. Warmheartedness can only get you so far. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
86% System Crasher (Systemsprenger) (2019) Systemsprenger's nuances elevate the film beyond mere misery porn and into something truly cathartic. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
No Score Yet System K (2019) With subject matter this good, all a decent documentarian has to do is point the camera and press record. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
48% The Golden Glove (Der goldene handschuh) (2019) Beneath all the horror, there is hope. You just have to look past all the dead bodies to the darker heart within. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
95% By the Grace of God (Grâce à Dieu) (2019) ...it declares that the culture of silence must be abolished. In that respect, it's gripping, urgent filmmaking. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
77% Skin (2019) Like Spike Lee in BlacKkKlansman, director Guy Nattiv understands that there's no point pussyfooting around the subject. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
83% A Tale of Three Sisters (2019) ...by filling the film with life and humour, Alper finds the hope without the need for sentimentality. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
No Score Yet Staff Only (2019) Nonetheless, as a study in teenage obliviousness, Staff Only gathers its power from the tiny accretion of moments. The economy of detail is brilliant. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
86% The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019) Expect this to be a classic film for the last week of school. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
78% Mr. Jones (2019) For a film that talks a lot about just sticking to the facts, its selective choices feel rather one-sided. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
94% The Ground Beneath My Feet (Der Boden unter den Füssen) (2019) Considering it's a film about working way too hard, it doesn't seem to learn from its own central lesson. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
No Score Yet Dafne (2019) Dafne is such a fascinating character, alternating between radiant positivity and understandable anger with ease. She deserves a more complex film than this. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
100% Bait (2019) Bait feels both timeless and timely, making for an invigorating watch. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
95% Ghost Town Anthology (2019) Ghost Town Anthology is the kind of film where you get out just as much as you put in. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
100% So Long, My Son (Di jiu tian chang) (2019) Empathetic, unpredictable and unmistakably assured, it is a deeply moving experience that kept me involved from beginning to end. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
33% Farewell to the Night (L'Adieu a la nuit) (2019) A rare misstep from the accomplished director. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019
No Score Yet Stitches (Savovi) (2019) An almost perfect film. - Cultured Vultures EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 1, 2019