Sarah Cullen

Sarah Cullen
Sarah Cullen's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Ireland Magazine
Publications: Film Ireland Magazine

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
94% Us (2019) Lupita Nyong'o is fantastic. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 22, 2019
56% Under the Silver Lake (2019) Perhaps the most surprising part of this Hollywood puzzler is just how conventional it is. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 14, 2019
84% Creed II (2018) The film never quite finds a consistent tone but it never stops being entertaining either. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 5, 2018
79% Halloween (2018) Overall Halloween is certainly worth a watch for horror fans. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 25, 2018
26% The Nun (2018) Unfortunately, it's all so routine and repetitive that it soon loses even that appeal. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 14, 2018
No Score Yet It Tolls for Thee (2017) What shines through in It Tolls for Thee is her unwavering commitment to the children in her care in the face of incredible adversity. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 26, 2018
55% Unless (2016) As it goes, the conclusion to Unless is too cut-and-dry to offer any lasting commentary regarding homeless issues. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2018
78% Black '47 (2018) Not only is Lance Daly's newest feature a rollicking western with fantastic action and excellent performances, it also demonstrates how a film's subject matter can add much-needed pathos and nuance to a genre. Colour me impressed. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 20, 2018
88% Better Watch Out (2017) In Better Watch Out, [director Chris] Peckover has succeeded in creating a truly chilling horror which, I hope, will generate plenty of talk this Christmas. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 15, 2017
84% The Transfiguration (2017) Ingeniously blending conventions of realism with those of horror cinema, O'Shea has created a remarkable commentary on modern society: one in which horror itself is in many ways more desirable to that of reality. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted May 4, 2017
91% Raw (2017) I'm not entirely sure what Raw was intending to convey - veterinarians are evil? Vegetarians are liars? College students are jerks? - but unlike the eye-licking, its lack of direction is far from a deal-breaker with this fun body-horror romp. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 20, 2017
98% Get Out (2017) Jordan Peele is known for being really good at comedy, and now it turns out he's really good at horror too. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
73% The Secret Life of Pets (2016) The real reason to watch The Secret Life of Pets is for the animation, with the beautifully sprawling vistas of Manhattan a wonderful reflection of the animals' idealised version of the city as their home and centre of their universe. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2017
31% Passengers (2016) It's hard to know what's worse here; the jaw-dropping misogyny on show or the lazy, ridiculously convenient world building that is there purely to service the plot. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2017
58% Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (2016) Although the film isn't completely able to avoid the pitfalls of adaptation... Ab Fab: The Movie is, for the most part, a thoroughly entertaining showcase for some of Britain's funniest women. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2017
55% Jason Bourne (2016) Although it's not quite up to the standard of the original trilogy, it's nice to see Damon back on patrol. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2017
94% Arrival (2016) Arrival never fully escapes from the bounds of its source material. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 9, 2016
95% Baden Baden (2016) In its own quiet way, [it] feels like a celebration of the vocation-less of society. Ana may be restless and unsure of herself but she is also keen to work when she can find it, deeply caring of her friends and family, and eager to learn new skills. - Film Ireland Magazine EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 14, 2016