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Richard Falcon
Richard Falcon's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Sight and Sound

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Don't Come Knocking (2006)

"[It has] a terrific sense of place, something missing from much contemporary US cinema." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Sep 28, 2006

A History of Violence (2005)

"Cronenberg's masterful, intelligent and gripping meta-thriller leaves us pondering about our enduringly perverse desire for alternative realities, in which surrogate violent alter egos run righteously and preposterously amok." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Sep 28, 2006

Good Bye, Lenin! (2004)

"A witty, thought-provoking and ultimately moving tragicomedy." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Sep 3, 2003
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Nightfall (2003)

"Nightfall makes almost tangible a nocturnal urban world of utter desolation, one that's far removed from Hollywood's prosaic cityscapes." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Jan 8, 2003

Invincible (2002)

"A film which presses familiar Herzog tropes into the service of a limpid and conventional historical fiction, when really what we demand of the director is to be mesmerised." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Aug 8, 2002

The Isle (2000)

"Kim Ki-Deok seems to have in mind an (emotionally at least) adolescent audience demanding regular shocks and bouts of barely defensible sexual violence to keep it interested." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Aug 8, 2002

Read My Lips (2002)

"Emmanuelle Devos, veteran of a number of relationship dramas directed by Arnaud Desplechin, is terrific in subtly impressing on us Carla's outsider status." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Aug 8, 2002

Run Lola Run (1999)

"Run Lola Run sets new standards for the cinema of hysteria." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 3, 2002

Code Unknown (Code inconnu: Récit incomplet de divers voyages) (2000)

"The most intellectually stimulating and emotionally provocative piece of European cinema of recent times." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Jul 3, 2001
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