Richard Falcon

Richard Falcon

Agrees with the Tomatometer 77% of the time.

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

Movie Reviews Only

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 27, 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 27, 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