Reyzando Nawara

Reyzando Nawara
Reyzando Nawara's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry AwardsWatch The Spool

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T-Meter Title | Year
93% I'm Your Man (2021) Mostly, I'm Your Man delivers what it promises at the start: a bittersweet and thought-provoking meditation on love. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 3, 2021
96% Dead Pigs (2018) The result is an ensemble piece that is quirky and funny as it is compelling and gritty. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 18, 2021
90% Together Together (2021) The dramedy is only Beckwith's second feature, but despite its familiarity, it's a pleasurable and refreshing experience. It's light and witty, often packed with laughs and touching moments, with two stellar lead performances at its heart. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 18, 2021
69% Land (2021) Land is an understated character study about grief and loss, and a moving celebration of human connection and resilience. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 9, 2021
84% On the Count of Three (2021) While this may sound bleak, On the Count of Three is actually also filled with moments that celebrate the beauty of life and human connections. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 5, 2021
87% Censor (2021) While the movie could've been a little deeper, especially in its exploration of censorship and the relationship between art and real-life, Censor is nevertheless still a solid debut from Bailey-Bond. It's an impressive horror. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 4, 2021
58% Malcolm & Marie (2020) Instead of trying to make solid arguments about what it wants to say at the beginning, Malcolm & Marie is too busy being angry and whiny. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 4, 2021
81% Wild Indian (2021) [Corbine's] vision is bold, confidently going to places that are dark and unconventional, with a masterful cinematic language often only found in the works of a seasoned filmmaker. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 4, 2021
65% One for the Road (2021) One for the Road, though it has some narrative shortcomings, especially in the second half of the movie, proves further that Baz Poonpiriya is one the most exciting Asian filmmakers working today. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 3, 2021
95% CODA (2021) The respect given to the deaf community told in the story is inspiring. It's heartwarming and funny, with a big level of sincerity shown by both Heder and her actors. A feel-good movie in the truest sense. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 2, 2021
59% Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Every moment is always filled with optimism, every performance is imbued with humanity. It's a vibrant, colorful adventure and a fantastic throwback to the 80s, delivered with a massive heart. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 18, 2020
96% Mogul Mowgli (2020) [Riz]Ahmed delivers yet again a riveting display of emotional vulnerability and grittiness in Bassam Tariq's Mogul Mowgli. - AwardsWatch EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 31, 2020
89% Kajillionaire (2020) Much like July's previous features, Kajillionaire is a movie full of bizarre and eccentric moments. But deep down, what July offers here is a tender and moving story about love and our needs for connection, with a phenomenal performance from Wood. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 23, 2020
23% Books of Blood (2020) While the concept and new stories sound promising, Braga's lack of clear direction and the uninspired execution from nearly every aspect of the movie sadly makes Books of Blood so toothless in the end. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 6, 2020
93% Possessor: Uncut (2020) Possessor is not a movie for everyone. But if you choose to continue, you will be rewarded with a sci-fi, thriller unlike anything before. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2020
66% Matthias & Maxime (2019) It's both open and tender, filled with big emotions and phenomenal performances from Dolan himself and Freitas at the front and center of the story. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 10, 2020
88% #Alive (2020) For the most part, and compared to a lot of other zombie apocalypse movies right now, what #Alive offers here is still refreshing. That alone should be enough to warrant this movie a watch. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 10, 2020
82% I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020) It's a masterclass of existential horror wrapped in an emotional enigma from one of the boldest filmmakers of our generation, and it's one of the best movies of the year. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 2, 2020
56% Random Acts of Violence (2020) As a slasher movie from a novice director, it ticks all the boxes of what makes the genre so widely beloved by a lot of people. It's a fun and violent road trip you don't wanna miss this summer. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 17, 2020
99% Saint Frances (2020) It's funny and heart-warming; revelatory and touching; and most of all, it's a rare miracle and one of the best movies of the year. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 29, 2020
95% First Cow (2020) The tone of First Cow is warm and fuzzy until the very end that watching it unfolds is like going through a soothing meditation. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 18, 2020
80% The Old Guard (2020) The Old Guard delivers propulsive sets of action, plenty of over-the-top violence, and breathtaking vigorous energy from one of the most iconic action stars of our generation, Charlize Theron. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
89% Ema (2019) Ema is not like any other film that has come out this year so far. Its celebration of female agency is like a fever dream - indescribable and euphoric, with captivating performances. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted May 7, 2020
94% Bad Education (2019) Bad Education is not just a great true story account, but also an excellently crafted and complex one, complete with phenomenal performances, as well as Finley's captivating direction and Makowsky's sharp writing. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 29, 2020
97% Tell Me Who I Am (2019) What sets this Netflix documentary apart is the way Perkins compellingly structures this documentary into an ambiguous and haunting mystery drama that asks us whether it is okay to lie to someone you love in order to protect them from lifelong ache. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 26, 2019