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Siddhant Adlakha

Siddhant Adlakha
Siddhant Adlakha's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Village Voice, Birth.Movies.Death.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Noblemen (2018) Kataria's Noblemen, while largely withheld to a point of minimalism, bursts sporadically with an unsettling energy as it explores the circumstances in which monsters create more monsters.‐ Slashfilm
Read More | Posted May 24, 2018
7/10 100% Venus (2017) It's a family comedy - in tone, structure and everything else - and thus, it's a queer narrative that doesn't wallow in the misery of its protagonist.‐ Slashfilm
Read More | Posted May 15, 2018
9/10 No Score Yet The Hungry (2017) One might question whether it has anything to say beyond peering at cracks in gilded walls built on systems of disparity, but it's the kind of delicacy served to its decadent characters, and so we should feel spoiled to have it.‐ Slashfilm
Read More | Posted May 15, 2018
10/10 No Score Yet Nude (2017) Nude is a complicated film. Perhaps even a daring film given its political backdrop, but it is, above all, a tender film.‐ Slashfilm
Read More | Posted May 11, 2018
8/10 83% The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018) What it is... is an honest reflection of harrowing uncertainty, broken up by moments of unbridled joy -- which Akhavan captures like lightning in a bottle -- as lost souls push back against a seemingly universal unfairness.‐ Slashfilm
Read More | Posted May 2, 2018
87% Belladonna of Sadness (Kanashimi no Beradona) (1973) There's a constant awareness of the effort and artistry that went in to the film, and it's as if we're active participants in its creation.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Mar 1, 2018
71% Padmaavat (2018) With its lavish sets; catchy, narratively-driven songs; and powerhouse performances, Padmaavat is even greater than the sum of its already-commendable parts.‐ Village Voice
Read More | Posted Feb 1, 2018
92% The Shape of Water (2017) del Toro uses the visual language of fantasy and sci-fi in their simplest, most familiar forms, imbuing them with his childlike sensibility that he balances in turn with his signature maturity.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Dec 1, 2017
No Score Yet Ask the Sexpert (2017) Despite its flaws, Ask The Sexpert is a unique window into the inner lives of Mumbaikars in a way that narrative cinema seldom attempts.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 15, 2017
88% The Problem with Apu (2017) Hari Kondabolu strikes back with a nuanced look at THE SIMPSONS.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 14, 2017
55% LBJ (2017) Rob Reiner's latest is an awkward stylistic handshake.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
83% The Villainess (Ak-Nyeo) (2017) Whatever its narrative faults, there is quite simply nothing like The Villainess.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
97% The Rider (2018) Chloé Zhao delivers a tremendous sophomore feature.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
92% On the Beach at Night Alone (Bamui haebyun-eoseo honja) (2017) An uncanny, dreamlike exploration of the effects of having sinned in the media spotlight.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
96% Mudbound (2017) Mudbound is a thoughtful treatise on who we're willing to empathize with, and when, and why. ‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
99% Lady Bird (2017) An affecting encapsulation of the joys, sorrows and narrow-mindedness of youth, painted with brush-strokes both harsh and tender.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
95% Call Me by Your Name (2018) Luca Guadagnino's latest is both alluring and alienating in equal measure. That's part and parcel of its beauty.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
96% The Death of Stalin (2018) The Death of Staling feels like a play, but doesn't feel like watching one. It feels like being in one, and it's a raucous, hilarious, hard-hitting play at that.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
77% Last Flag Flying (2017) An oddity of a war film, in that it attempts to be both anti-war and pro-soldier in the same breath, but it balances that bizarre burden admirably even if it spends the rest of its time meandering.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2017
35% Jigsaw (2017) You could say everything you need to about Jigsaw without ever mentioning the one film called Jigsaw, which is especially egregious since it positions itself as a vital puzzle piece. It isn't.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Oct 31, 2017
96% Bodied (2017) It's not just a conversation starter. It might be the conversation starter.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Sep 27, 2017
No Score Yet Darkland (Underverden) (2017) If anything, it's a warning of inevitability, using its bilingual, black-clad symbol of vengeance as an ugly personification of where we're headed if we don't stop to examine where we are.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2017
No Score Yet Maus (2017) Like war itself turned to cinema.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2017
94% Gook (2017) Justin Chon's Gook, an admittedly uneven film with a lot on its mind, acts as an ever-present undercurrent to a particular form of racial strife.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Sep 21, 2017
No Score Yet Nothing works in terms of character or story, and the design elements that aren't complete disasters are... fine, I guess. Lockjaw is fine.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Sep 4, 2017
71% Kill Me Please (Mate-me por favor) (2017) Anita Rocha da Silveira's debut feature is as lucid as it is lurid, drawing us into the warm simplicity of on-screen high school experience by day, before dropping us smack-dab in the middle of dreamlike nights where sex and violence blend together.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Aug 31, 2017
90% Lipstick Under My Burkha (2016) It may not offer all the answers or some ultimate victory for its entrapped women, but it's enough to help celebrate scattered moments of joy and rebellion amidst dreams of something better.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Aug 3, 2017
No Score Yet Loev (2015) Netflix rescues a queer indie from obscurity.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted May 1, 2017
No Score Yet Battle of Memories (2017) A messy, worthwhile sci-fi experiment.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted May 1, 2017
87% The Lost City of Z (2017) The Lost City of Z builds to a surreal apotheosis of all the elements that make cinema great.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Apr 5, 2017
80% Colossal (2017) Anne Hathaway is a Kaiju terrorizing Korea, and it's one of the best things you'll see this year.‐ Birth.Movies.Death.
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2017