Rhiannon Sawyer

Rhiannon Sawyer

Agrees with the Tomatometer 73% of the time.

Rhiannon Sawyer's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): FILMINK (Australia)

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

The Dark Horse (2016)

"The strength of The Dark Horse lies in the conviction of its performances. The child actors are fantastic, but it's Cliff Curtis who carries the film." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Nov 21, 2014

My Mistress (2014)

"Most of the problems in My Mistress stem from the fact that it is steeped in cliché." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Nov 6, 2014

Kill the Messenger (2014)

"Kill The Messenger is a sturdy addition to cinema's esteemed investigative journalism sub-genre." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Oct 30, 2014

This Is Where I Leave You (2014)

"For fans of the book, this will be an enjoyable watch. For those who haven't read the original text, the film is a delight." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Oct 23, 2014

Step Up: All In (2014)

"Step Up All In is spectacle wrapped in story, but it's the juicy delicious centre which we all crave." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Sep 19, 2014

Rock The Casbah (2013)

"If you're in the mood for a solid family story, Rock The Casbah should at least partially satisfy. Just make sure that you have dinner reservations for after the film -- you'll be hungry for something more." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Sep 19, 2014

Me and Orson Welles (2009)

"Though you may see the end coming somewhere towards the beginning, this is a highly enjoyable film with an excellent support cast, witty and fast-paced script and brilliant performances." ‐ Concrete Playground
Posted Jul 29, 2010

The Last Station (2010)

"Impressively directed and finely acted, this film gives real insight into the life of a fascinating man." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Apr 1, 2010

Nine (2009)

"The film's only fault is that it lacks the driving narrative force that Marshall had with Chicago, which may be the fault of the original author of the libretto, but it results in the film losing momentum between the awesome musical sequences." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jan 19, 2010

Push (2009)

"The most amazing thing about this by this idiotic sci-fi thriller is that the actors do not crack up when delivering their lines." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Sep 8, 2009

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)

"Director David Yates employs a deft hand with the series, achieving an exciting and dramatic result." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jul 14, 2009

Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009)

"Older viewers will find plenty to smile at, even if it is simply recognising that you would have absolutely loved this movie when you were twelve-years-old." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jun 23, 2009

17 Again (2009)

"Though there are mistaken identity moments of mirth, the cheese factor unfortunately lets it down..." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Apr 9, 2009

Camino (2008)

"Young actress Nerea Camacho is brilliant as Camino, showing a maturity in her performance that resonates strongly with her tragic character." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Apr 9, 2009

Morning Light (2008)

"Any time...personal history is touched upon, it is quickly shoved under the carpet in favor of yet another sailing montage, complete with compulsory sunset." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Mar 12, 2009

Of Time and the City (2009)

"It is an undeniably slow film, but there is something enchanting in its pace, as it gradually immerses you in its imagery, its soundtrack and its otherworldly quality." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Mar 12, 2009

He's Just Not That Into You (2009)

"Though it offers many laughs and cringe-worthy moments of failed male/female interaction, in denying its own title the film becomes just another dream factory romantic comedy." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Feb 12, 2009
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Musta jää (Black Ice) (2007)

"The performances are uniformly excellent, particularly from the women...." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jan 14, 2009

Before the Rains (2008)

"While not without its merits (the performances of Jennifer Ehle and Rahul Bose are particular highlights), Before the Rains ultimately suffers from a downpour of melodrama." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jan 7, 2009