Robert Salusbury

Robert Salusbury
Robert Salusbury's reviews do not count toward the Tomatometer®. This is not a Tomatometer-approved critic, and this critic's reviews are not published on a Tomatometer-approved publication.

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T-Meter Title | Year
4/5 80% I Am Samuel (2020) Though a tad short and erratic in its pacing at times, Murimi's documentary is a vital reminder of the progress that still needs to be made and a joyously intimate celebration of love in all its many forms. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 4, 2020
5/5 89% Another Round (Druk) (2020) Another Round is a devilish cocktail of a film, at turns invigorating, chaotic, and terrifying, and propelled by four sensational central performances. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 15, 2020
2/5 91% Relic (2020) James' film manages to fumble the ball in its exploration of familial illness so many times that when we eventually reach the laughably predictable final note, it's hard not to feel you'd have been better off simply rewatching Hereditary. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2020
4/5 97% The Painter and the Thief (2020) Ree will no doubt be the envy of the documentary world for stumbling upon such a unique story, but it is through his largely air-tight structuring that this story truly reveals itself and a friendship flourishes. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 9, 2020
2/5 82% Koko-di Koko-da (2020) What is clearly a passion project, with two strong central performances and some rather effective cinematography that brings a haunting atmosphere to the woodland setting, ends up floundering in a consistently frustrating middle act. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 8, 2020
3/5 71% Tenet (2020) In its finest moments, Tenet is like Pattinson's hair: slick and immaculate. But messy plotting and deliberately confused dialogue drive the film frustratingly off-course time and time again, leaving us with Nolan's patchiest work to date. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2020
4/5 No Score Yet Bitter Bread (2019) Despite its patient, minimal style, Bitter Bread is a heart-wrenchingly passionate document of human suffering and resilience. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 14, 2020
4/5 75% Influence (2020) A compelling and shocking portrait that speaks volumes about global corruption and our susceptibility to manipulation. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2020
3/5 No Score Yet La Educación Sentimental (2020) Sentimental Education lives and dies with its first-person style. It begins with a compelling critique of modern Spain but as the film delves more and more into Juárez's past, so it leaves the viewer in the dark. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Jun 29, 2020
3/5 No Score Yet Frem (2019) A frustrating but striking watch, Čákanyová has crafted a bizarre art piece that, though it does hugely overstep its run-time, asks some important questions about the world we live in. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Jun 22, 2020
4/5 No Score Yet King Rocker (2020) On the surface, King Rocker may be little more than a rather niche passion project. But it is through Lee and Lloyd's friendship the film really elevates itself. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Jun 22, 2020
3/5 No Score Yet Flint (2020) Ultimately, it is a huge step to see a documentary that attempts to restore focus onto one of the biggest scandals in modern day history. But Flint increasingly fails to address the deeper lying issues within the crisis. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Jun 17, 2020
1/5 50% Get In (2019) Skittishly jumping between family drama and psychological thriller, this French production is a mishmash of half-baked ideas that thinks it's got far more to say than it actually does. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted May 5, 2020
2/5 67% Extraction (2020) It says a lot that the most interesting thing about Extraction is its end credits, which clock in at a staggering 14 minutes. Coincidentally, it's also about 14 minutes into the film that you'll start to lose interest. - One Room With A View EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2020