Soham Gadre

Soham Gadre
Soham Gadre's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry The Spool
Publications: Film Inquiry, The Spool

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
No Score Yet Permanent Vacation (1980) Looking back, Permanent Vacation reveals itself as a prophetic signpost for Jarmusch's career. - The Spool EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020
24% The Warrior Queen of Jhansi (2019) For the lack of good acting, mostly resulting from poor dialogue, the movie at least manages to represent its characters as genuinely believable figures of a real history. That's the least you can ask for from a historical biopic. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 19, 2019
81% A Hidden Life (2019) Like its subject, Malick's latest film is willing to sacrifice the poetic and enigmatic for the conspicuous and patent. It's a clear moral decision as much as it is a cinematic one. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 18, 2019
57% Frankie (2019) Frankie remains somewhat inspired even if it doesn't quite stimulate the imagination. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 11, 2019
52% 3 from Hell (2019) No amount of freeze-frames on Baby laughing maniacally, or Otis one-liners can elevate the legacy of the Fireflys from being anything more than a headache. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 29, 2019
96% Grass (2019) Hong Sang-soo's Grass is a movie defined through its visual cues and their intimate dance with the words that try to define them. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 25, 2019
55% Crosscurrent (Chang jiang tu) (2016) The direction of the journey doesn't match the aimlessness of the movie's central point. It's not a sin to have a movie that doesn't lead anywhere, but Crosscurrents is constantly indicating a direction to follow along to. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 7, 2019
95% Ága (2019) It is the singularly most informative film I can think of that came out this year. Ága is representative of the way we forget our own histories. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2019
No Score Yet H is for Harry (2018) H is for Harry is a slice-of-life film, a response to the triumphant Hollywood narratives of student-teacher feel-good stories that make everything look easy. It's hopeful but also humbling. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 16, 2019
10% ECCO (2019) It's a film that desperately needs to feign intelligence and posture its way through to a convoluted narrative that is barely tied together. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 27, 2019
43% The Art of Racing in the Rain (2019) Director Simon Curtis, who's oeuvre has included a litany of mid-tier drama films like My Week with Marilyn and Goodbye, Christopher Robin is just the right director to process the sappy emotional material at hand into a risk-averse and charming film. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 21, 2019
100% House of Hummingbird (Beolsae) (2018) Bora certainly knows the nuances of her subject inwards and out and makes sure that we know there is no hero or villain, simply a family trying to find its way around each other. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 5, 2019
86% The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea (2019) This isn't a case of frustrating ambiguity. The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea does have a conclusive ending, but it's not one that justifies the maze that it takes to get there. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 5, 2019
73% Shooting the Mafia (2019) This film is as much credited to Longinotto's ability to frame a compelling and convincing narrative around tumultuous life amidst Sicilian crime organizations as it is to Battaglia's immeasurably brave efforts to expose the realities of the mafia. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 5, 2019
19% Euphoria (2019) Euphoria would have done better to confront and embrace the challenge of an agnostic argument for euthanasia, and there is certainly one to make. Instead, the movie presents its talking points like a checklist. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 17, 2019
64% Our Time (Nuestro tiempo) (2019) There isn't a single sequence in the film which feels unneeded or doesn't contribute to a larger understanding of why time is of such essence to each of us, but for completely different reasons. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2019
79% Pasolini (2019) The idea of a search is a significant parallel between the two intertwined portions of the film, which seem to work towards opposing ends yet culminate in the conclusion of a common node: the art of Pier Paolo Pasolini is inseparable from his death. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted May 21, 2019
84% Dogman (2019) Matteo Garrone is arguably one of the most talented filmmakers working today. In his latest film, Dogman, he creates a fable with a clear lesson, but an unclear conscience. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted May 5, 2019
100% The Burial of Kojo (2019) What can be said about The Burial of Kojo is that it is an imperfect start to a career for Bazawule that yet clearly showcases a personal vision at hand, one which has certainly piqued curiosity for what comes next. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted May 5, 2019
57% The Hummingbird Project (2019) While Nguyen does revolve the movie's elevated subject matter around a fairly basic race-against-time plot, he doesn't quite manage to wrangle his characters into the same orbit. - Film Inquiry EDIT
Read More | Posted May 5, 2019