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Sheri Linden

Sheri Linden
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Black Butterfly (2017) None of it is earth-shattering, but Goodman gives it muscle and makes it work.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 22, 2017
46% Everything, Everything (2017) While the young-love melodrama isn't about to entice older viewers, the target audience will swoon.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
No Score Yet Wrestling Jerusalem (2017) The proceedings become so densely packed with history, opinion and firsthand experience that they cry out for a more subdued, straightforward approach.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 16, 2017
97% Burden (2017) The filmmakers are concerned more with career trajectory than personal history, and though they don't sugarcoat the bouts of troubling behavior, their affection for Burden is evident.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
100% Harold And Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story (2017) With "Harold and Lillian," Raim gives these perfectly matched behind-the-scenes stars the spotlight they've long deserved.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
54% The Drowning (2017) Despite the wildly uneven plotting, Gordon's atmospheric direction in coastal New London propels the drama, as does her sensitivity to what remains unspoken between people.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
100% Tomorrow Ever After (2017) A gently comic, conversation-starting charmer that wears its low-budget heart on its sleeve.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 6, 2017
100% Rodney King (2017) Smith's powerfully crafted performance does nothing less than restore the humanity to a man who has, over a quarter-century, been reduced to a talking point and a symbol.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 4, 2017
55% Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait (2017) A visually exciting but emotionally monotonous film.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted May 4, 2017
80% Cardinal X (2017) It's Wang's eye for social realities, brought to life by her cast, that gives her film its edge.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 3, 2017
55% Lowriders (2017) The actors find the emotional weight in often overwritten material, but what sets the film apart is its deeply felt celebration of the lowrider tradition ...‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted May 1, 2017
No Score Yet Displacement (2017) Whatever metaphysical poetry Displacement could have held is lost amid its over-explained and underwhelming search for the "negation point."‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Apr 28, 2017
65% Slack Bay (Ma loute) (2017) Though the combination of social critique and unhinged laughs doesn't always jell, the movie is quite gloriously a thing unto itself, even as it draws upon obvious inspirations.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2017
28% Voice from the Stone (2017) A ghost story without a pulse or a perceptible purpose, "Voice From the Stone" strands its cast, led by "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke, in an airless series of darkly lovely tableaux.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2017
27% Unforgettable (2017) Di Novi steadily turns up the heat on a lethal bouillabaisse of sex, domesticity and juicy archetypes - a recipe that's equal parts Fatal Attraction, Charles Perrault and Nancy Meyers.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Apr 20, 2017
100% Let It Fall: LA 1982-1992 (2017) Let It Fall is filled with insights and instructive cause-and-effective connections, but there are no neat conclusions to draw.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Apr 17, 2017
No Score Yet The House of Tomorrow (2017) Awkward straight arrow meets broody rebel in The House of Tomorrow, a confident and perfectly cast debut feature.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Apr 11, 2017
46% Going in Style (2017) It revolves around a bank heist, but the real crime in Going in Style is its waste of acting talent.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
46% The Ticket (2017) Stevens lends nuance to the role, but the truth is that James is shallow before, during and after his transformation into a ruthless hotshot. This cautionary fable offers far less than meets the eye.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
83% God Knows Where I Am (2017) This documentary is a lyrical exploration of both a person and the place she died in, as well as a devastating commentary on American society's approach to mental health.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
100% Alive and Kicking (2017) Glatzer captures the love and support of an intergenerational community, one in which nonagenarians cut the rug alongside up-and-comers.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2017
No Score Yet bwoy (2017) Circumstances that might have been static in less skilled hands are given tantalizing life by Young, the actors and the deft camerawork of cinematographer Ryan Balas.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
92% The Levelling (2017) A modestly scaled, superbly crafted drama with a powerful sense of place.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2017
93% All This Panic (2017) A composite portrait of girlhood, refracted - not especially rich in groundbreaking insight, but often shimmering with feeling.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 29, 2017
91% In Search of Israeli Cuisine (2017) In Search of Israeli Cuisine is an unadulterated foodie delight. But much more than that, Roger Sherman's documentary offers fascinating insights into a little-understood country ...‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 24, 2017
No Score Yet Population Zero (2016) An ambitious next-generation spin on the found-footage genre, Population Zero starts out like an indie version of a true-crime TV news magazine and turns into a horror-tinged drama with a topical slant.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
47% Bokeh (2017) As the story gives way to repetitious sightseeing sequences and melodrama, it proves less than fully satisfying. But there's plenty to admire along the way ...‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Mar 23, 2017
No Score Yet The Blood Is at the Doorstep (2017) Ljung's clear-eyed film finds hope within terrible circumstances, and strength within heartbreak.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 15, 2017
No Score Yet Served Like a Girl (2017) The participants profiled in Lysa Heslov's documentary are the epitome of resilience, but they're also disarmingly honest and funny as hell. In a word, they're irresistible.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 14, 2017
No Score Yet I Am Another You (2017) Sometimes freedom's just another romanticized word for a knot of tough realities - as documentarian Nanfu Wang discovers in her affecting new film.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 13, 2017
No Score Yet Walk With Me (2017) Uneven but deeply felt.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 12, 2017
100% The Work (2017) A riveting group encounter.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 12, 2017
No Score Yet Spettacolo (2017) Lovely and elegiac.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 12, 2017
No Score Yet Flesh and Blood (2017) Actor-turned-director Mark Webber continues to mine his rough beginnings, and his real-life relationships, in the aptly titled, quietly searing Flesh and Blood.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 12, 2017
100% Mommy Dead and Dearest (2017) Digging beneath the headlines of the high-profile matricide, which turned out to involve one of the most horrific examples of Munchausen syndrome by proxy ever documented, Carr's film poses as many provocative questions as it answers.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 11, 2017
20% The Ottoman Lieutenant (2017) The by-the-numbers story never achieves its aimed-for grandeur or intensity, and the striking Turkish locations prove far more interesting than the characters.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 9, 2017
37% Brimstone (2017) A film that ostensibly aims to expose the subjugation of women spends an awful lot of time hurting and humiliating them.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Mar 9, 2017
19% The Shack (2017) However universal the perennial questions and struggles that The Shack illuminates, under Stuart Hazeldine's plodding direction, its faith-based brand of self-help feels like being trapped in someone else's spiritual retreat - in real time.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Mar 2, 2017
10% Bitter Harvest (2017) Given the scope of the early-1930s atrocity, the most shocking thing about director George Mendeluk's new dramatization is how utterly devoid of emotional impact it is.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2017
71% This Beautiful Fantastic (2017) None of what transpires is earth-shattering, but it's the way it happens, with the simplicity and sense of wonder of an old-fashioned picture book, that makes her story, however wispy, delightful.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 21, 2017
75% You're Killing Me Susana (Me estás matando Susana) (2017) Sneider's underpowered feature looks at romance and machismo through a cross-cultural lens, its comments sometimes insightful, but most of the time frustratingly muted.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 18, 2017
92% Logan (2017) Seamlessly melding Marvel mythology with Western mythology, James Mangold has crafted an affectingly stripped-down standalone feature, one that draws its strength from Hugh Jackman's nuanced turn as a reluctant, all but dissipated hero.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 17, 2017
69% American Fable (2017) Hamilton establishes a realistic sense of place and a horror-tinged atmosphere with impressive skill. Her artistry announces a cinematic talent. It also compounds the disappointment when her screenplay doesn't quite hold together.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2017
100% Dream Big: Engineering Our World (2017) Though the shifts can be abrupt, the film provides an overview of a huge topic with admirable concision.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2017
90% Weirdos (2016) A lovely, low-key memory piece, vibrant with the awkward grace of adolescence.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 14, 2017
89% I Am Jane Doe (2017) A clear-eyed and pressing work of advocacy journalism.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 10, 2017
No Score Yet Where Have You Gone, Lou DiMaggio (2017) DiMaggio's soul-searching adventure is persuasively hopeful and never sugarcoated.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 6, 2017
97% Kedi (2017) A collective portrait that's as elegant as its light-footed subjects, it's guaranteed to soothe a weary mind, and just might lower blood pressure too.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 4, 2017
94% Midsummer in Newtown (2017) An affecting chronicle, a snapshot of a town's collective PTSD and a shining testament to the transformative power of the arts.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Feb 2, 2017
93% Deidra & Laney Rob a Train (2017) With a dash of grit and a healthy dose of Disney Channel-esque pep, the sophomore feature by director Sydney Freeland spins around two terrifically engaging big-screen newcomers.‐ Hollywood Reporter
Read More | Posted Feb 2, 2017