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Rosie Fletcher

Rosie Fletcher
Rosie Fletcher's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Total Film, Digital Spy, SFX Magazine

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 93% La La Land (2016) As a romance it's perfect -- mostly because the two leads have such incredible chemistry -- and as a musical it works even for those who don't love musicals. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jan 10, 2017
3/5 26% Dark Places (2015) Workmanlike, lean and diverting but ultimately lacking in key things a strong sense of place and a true feeling of darkness. Which is a bit of a blow, given the title. ‐ Total Film
Posted Jan 2, 2017
3/5 17% Assassin's Creed (2016) Despite the classy performances, gorgeous visuals and high concepts, Assassin's Creed is unfortunately just the tale of a bloke killing a bunch of people and hunting for a thing. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Dec 20, 2016
5/5 85% Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) What results is a poignant, powerful paean to the Star Wars Universe, set in a world where the best thing you can hope for is hope itself. It's a perfect and complete standalone, but it changes everything. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Dec 13, 2016
4/5 73% Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) From the opening music to the sweet final beat, it's a joy to be back in Rowling's world. Open the suitcase, we're coming in. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Nov 15, 2016
4/5 87% A Monster Calls (2017) "Dark, yes, scary at times, but always part of a beautifully drawn whole." ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Nov 8, 2016
3/5 90% Doctor Strange (2016) Doctor Strange is a movie very much built up of other movies yet it still manages to keep its own identity. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Oct 24, 2016
2/5 19% Inferno (2016) A dull, predictable story populated with half-drawn characters, speaking hideously cheesy dialogue and an outcome that is inevitable from the off. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Oct 12, 2016
4/5 43% The Girl on the Train (2016) Blunt is exceptional -- sympathetic and convincing at every turn while remaining a woman you might not want to sit next to on your commute. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Oct 3, 2016
5/5 69% Swiss Army Man (2016) [A] poignant, meaningful, stunning and intelligent treatise on life, love, loneliness, and yes, letting one rip. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Sep 23, 2016
4/5 36% Blair Witch (2016) If you must reboot a classic, this is how you do it. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Sep 12, 2016
4/5 87% Don't Breathe (2016) Don't Breathe is physically punishing in its relentless ratcheting of tension, an absolute masterclass in horror film making with virtually not an ounce of fat on it. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Sep 6, 2016
3/5 76% Bridget Jones's Baby (2016) We're glad this film exists and we're happy things worked out for Bridge. We're just not sure she's one of us anymore. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Sep 6, 2016
50% Sadako Vs Kayako (2016) It's just as silly as you imagine and even cheaper to look at, but it's somehow perversely enjoyable anyway. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Sep 2, 2016
2/5 54% The Purge: Election Year (2016) Repetitive, stereotyped, outdated and, worst of all, criminally boring. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Aug 17, 2016
3/5 66% David Brent: Life on the Road (2017) How you feel about David Brent: Life On Road will, inevitably, hinge on how you feel about The Office. While it lacks the warmth of the series, the gags are just as well observed and outrageous. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Aug 10, 2016
2/5 26% Suicide Squad (2016) Okay, so it's less po-faced and mean-spirited than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, more colourful, varied and inventive than Man Of Steel. It's probably the least-worst DC movie so far. But these are not the (anti) heroes we were waiting for. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Aug 2, 2016
4/5 29% Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) Looking Glass might not be a masterpiece but it is at least good natured, funny and coherent. And it's managed to put some of the wonder back in wonderland. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 11, 2016
2/5 28% Warcraft (2016) It's an overly serious, slavish-to-game-canon, Lord Of The Rings-lite fantasy that looks glossy but fails to engage emotionally. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 11, 2016
80% The Conjuring 2 (2016) Perhaps it's not surprising that The Conjuring 2 has taken a Marvel-esque approach -- expanding its universe, developing recurring characters, upping the ante with its big bads and seeding a range of possible further spinoffs. And, weirdly, it works. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 11, 2016
3/5 76% Lights Out (2016) Palmer is cool and resourceful, Bello is brittle and sympathetic and the plot cracks on at a pace. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 11, 2016
2/5 36% The Legend of Tarzan (2016) The Legend of Tarzan tries to be all things to all people but fails to do the one thing it really needs to: tell the story of Tarzan. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 11, 2016
4/5 73% Ghostbusters (2016) Paul Feig's female-fronted Ghostbusters retool is a funny, good hearted, well-performed and highly enjoyable movie that isn't the original, but isn't some childhood-destroying travesty either. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 10, 2016
3/5 60% Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (2016) If you've come expecting Terrence Malick you're clearly going to be disappointed, but in the realms of TV sitcom-to-big-screen feature, it's good-hearted, funny and relatively coherent. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Jul 5, 2016
5/5 90% Captain America: Civil War (2016) Captain America: Civil War, has managed to reinvent the comic book movie once again, creating a film that's thoughtful, mature and moving at the same time as being a thrilling ensemble romp. ‐ Digital Spy
Posted Apr 26, 2016
4/5 80% Eddie The Eagle (2016) From niche subject matter, Fletcher's crafted a movie that's both universal but also unashamedly, gloriously British. Very funny, genuinely moving and endlessly good-natured. ‐ Total Film
Posted Mar 28, 2016
4/5 75% Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Fortunately, returning director Joss Whedon understands how to craft a superhero movie just as well as Marvel knows how to sell one. ‐ Total Film
Posted Apr 21, 2015
5/5 93% Ex Machina (2015) There's a lot going on here. But don't think for a second this is troublesome critic-fodder. It's thrilling. ‐ Total Film
Posted Jan 19, 2015
4/5 96% What We Do In The Shadows (2015) One of the funniest comedies of the year. ‐ Total Film
Posted Nov 21, 2014
5/5 98% The Babadook (2014) The Babadook promises many sleepless nights to come. Fresh, moving and hide-behind-your-coat scary this will undoubtedly be the standout horror film of 2014. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Oct 30, 2014
1/5 29% Annabelle (2014) Cynical, forgettable and vastly inferior to Curse Of Chucky. ‐ Total Film
Posted Oct 11, 2014
94% Whiplash (2014) Surprising, intoxicating, euphoric and will undoubtedly be the greatest jazz drumming movie you see all year. ‐ Total Film
Posted Oct 6, 2014
3/5 28% Deliver Us from Evil (2014) It's a genre rollercoaster ride - templated, repetitive and unoriginal, full of ups and downs but nonetheless effective at the one job it's trying to do - make you jump and squeal. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Aug 22, 2014
3/5 18% Smiley (2012) Think Candyman for the Twitter generation. ‐ Total Film
Posted Nov 25, 2013
3.5/5 67% How I Live Now (2013) Packed with integrity but not likely cash cow franchise potential, How I Live Now is a refreshing miss-hit more interested in challenging than indulging its audience. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Oct 4, 2013
4/5 100% Harold's Going Stiff (2013) Comic relief tinged with vigilante menace. ‐ Total Film
Posted May 22, 2013
3.5/5 35% The ABCs of Death (2013) Patchy but enjoyable, this is an excellent horror talent showcase that, if nothing else, feels like it offers value for money with the sheer number of shocks and splats it delivers. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Apr 25, 2013
4/5 67% Spring Breakers (2013) Is it art? Is it trash? Does it matter? ‐ Total Film
Posted Mar 19, 2013
4/5 55% Citadel (2012) A gritty sister to Philip Ridley's Heartless, this is similarly flawed but full of flair. ‐ Total Film
Posted Feb 18, 2013
3/5 71% Crawl (2011) The result is gory and stark, but no Blood Simple. ‐ Total Film
Posted Feb 17, 2013
3/5 80% Warm Bodies (2013) A Frankenstein's monster of comedy, romance and horror that's less than its parts, Warm Bodies entertains but underwhelms. ‐ Total Film
Posted Feb 4, 2013
3/5 81% Excision (2012) Brave, transgressive, disgusting, thrilling - and boasting a 90210-defying turn from an uglified AnnaLynne McCord - Excision could have been this generation's Carrie. ‐ Total Film
Posted Oct 29, 2012
3/5 90% Some Guy Who Kills People (2011) It's a slasher you can take your mum to. ‐ Total Film
Posted Oct 7, 2012
3/5 47% Stitches (2013) A Halloween crowd-pleaser that's missing a few tricks and treats. ‐ Total Film
Posted Sep 28, 2012
3.5/5 65% The Pact (2012) At times scream-out-loud scary, with a second half that can't maintain the momentum. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Jun 11, 2012
2/5 29% Strippers vs Werewolves (2011) The script's very funny but with the exception of the charismatic Simon Phillips (as a nerdy vampire hunter), none of the actors seem to realise they're in a comedy. ‐ Total Film
Posted Apr 18, 2012
3.5/5 73% The Monitor (Babycall) (2012) Provides an effectively unsettling counterpart to glossier chillers of its ilk. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Apr 2, 2012
3/5 63% Blood Car (2007) Undeniably inventive, unconventional and occasionally very witty. ‐ SFX Magazine
Posted Feb 27, 2012
3/5 82% Goon (2012) Rough, rude and raucous. ‐ Total Film
Posted Jan 4, 2012
4/5 79% Shame (2011) Not for the faint-hearted, prudish or impatient, Shame is as complex and ambiguous as its characters. ‐ Total Film
Posted Jan 4, 2012