Sean Price

Sean Price
Sean Price's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): The Spool
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T-Meter Title | Year
96% The Dissident (2020) Fogel is able to channel that anger with storytelling chops and intimacy with his subject. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2021
96% The Social Network (2010) A decade later, it plays more like a supervillain origin story. It's There Will Be Blood if Daniel Plainview was a dweeby computer programmer who drank lots of Mountain Dew. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 24, 2020
72% Greenland (2020) The themes of privilege and inequality, ideas the movie mostly commits to despite some shortcomings, is what makes Greenland much more interesting than it has any right to be. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 19, 2020
No Score Yet Macho: The Hector Camacho Story (2020) Drath expertly pieces together footage from past fights along with sound bites from Camacho and interviews with those who knew him best. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 3, 2020
40% Lingering (2020) First-time writer/director Yoon Een-kyoung never gets a handle on how to build up to frights, or how to write characters in which we can invest. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 13, 2020
95% The Mortuary Collection (2019) Even the lows are still worthwhile thanks to Spindell's commitment to capturing a specific time and place. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 21, 2020
97% Buoyancy (2020) Buoyancy is a timely reminder that when you're not treated like a human being, you stop acting like one. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 18, 2020
77% Spiral (2019) [T]he script doesn't make the effort to connect the pagan horror and the larger political themes. Ultimately, that deflates the whole enterprise. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 18, 2020
65% The Shed (2019) "There are a million different paths writer/director Frank Sabatella can take with this idea, but they choose the least interesting one. " - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 27, 2020
19% The Tax Collector (2020) The Tax Collector is in the same crime genre as [Ayer's previous] films, but it leaves out the police part and goes straight to the criminal underworld, to ghastly results. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 10, 2020
94% Beastie Boys Story (2020) Die-hard Beastie fans who have been with them for decades may not unlock any new insights here, but it's still essential viewing. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 20, 2020
38% Wendy (2020) Zeitlin is a filmmaker with a heart as big as the giant fish monster that powers his volcanic Neverland, but his love for this story and characters can't overcome fatal flaws. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 28, 2020
62% The Call of the Wild (2020) [T]he new film adaptation of The Call of the Wild has all the thematic weight of an Air Bud sequel. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 17, 2020
100% Stop Making Sense (1984) It's Byrne's spiritual performance that pulls us in and takes us on a life-affirming joyride. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 8, 2020
94% Marriage Story (2019) What separates Marriage Story from the rest of Baumbach's filmography is that it could have wallowed in pessimism, but there is love and tenderness coursing through its veins. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 23, 2020
72% Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) It's packed with enough fun, witty moments to not be a waste of time, despite a few questionable story choices. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 18, 2020
47% Underwater (2020) Sadly, Underwater whiffs on a great premise, but you can just watch Alien for the fifth time instead. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 17, 2020
13% Dolittle (2020) There is still enough charm found in the margins here to be worth a viewing, and just enough psychological despair to keep things interesting for grown-ups. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020