Thrillist Entertainment Staff

Thrillist Entertainment Staff
Thrillist Entertainment Staff's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Thrillist
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Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
100% 4 Little Girls (1997) 4 Little Girls is a masterpiece that needs to be seen and remembered. - Thrillist EDIT
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No Score Yet Unseen (2016) This true-crime documentary offers a harrowing look at what fate unfortunately often has in store for marginalized women, and why society turns a blind eye to their wellbeing. - Thrillist EDIT
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97% No No: A Dockumentary (2014) No No: A Dockumentary explores the incident, Ellis' rebellious life, and the contextual culture of the 1960s and '70s that turned the player into a low-key folk hero. - Thrillist EDIT
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100% Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story of The Grateful Dead (2017) Love 'em or hate 'em, when someone goes this deep, you can't help but feel absorbed. - Thrillist EDIT
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93% Janis: Little Girl Blue (2015) Until Janis Joplin came along. Her scratchy, whiskey-bruised voice arrested a generation and, however accidentally, carved a place for those without a Y chromosome. Little Girl Blue tracks her rock takeover to the very end, up to her tragic death. - Thrillist EDIT
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98% I Am Not Your Negro (2017) This documentary, based on Baldwin's unfinished Remember This House manuscript, offers a view of the United States as disturbingly relevant today as it was in the late 1970s. - Thrillist EDIT
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91% Human Flow (2017) In beautiful visual language, Ai Weiwei conveys the stark horror and brutalist logic of the choices people make when stuck between a rock and a hard place -- or a war and abject poverty. - Thrillist EDIT
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96% Gleason (2016) What sounds like a completely devastating tearjerker is filled with humor thanks to its subjects' candor. - Thrillist EDIT
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94% Gimme Danger (2016) Like Jarmusch's movies, Gimme Danger is 100% authentic cool from beginning to end, fortified by Iggy Pop's shirtless interviews and joint-smoked memories. - Thrillist EDIT
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100% The Endless Summer (1966) There's living the dream life, and then there's living the effin' dream. - Thrillist EDIT
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95% De Palma (2016) Pretty much anyone with an eye for great film loves Brian De Palma. - Thrillist EDIT
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91% Cropsey (2010) One of the creepiest documentaries ever made, Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio's film shows how some urban legends are based on true stories even more unsettling than the myths. - Thrillist EDIT
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98% City of Ghosts (2017) Not for the faint of heart, but well worth it. - Thrillist EDIT
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93% The Central Park Five (2012) The Central Park Five dissects the political and social tension that turned an already shocking series of events into one of the most racially charged moments in New York City history. - Thrillist EDIT
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90% Cartel Land (2015) The run-and-gun style and Heineman's jaw-dropping access will keep your heart pounding through this examination of the current War on Drugs. - Thrillist EDIT
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99% Cameraperson (2016) It serves as a peek behind the curtain of documentary filmmaking, exposing even more than what's usually shown in the genre. - Thrillist EDIT
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No Score Yet The Bomb (2015) A kaleidoscopic montage of archival footage of military exercises, nuclear bomb tests and more unnerving material -- some of it more beautiful than you'd prefer to acknowledge. - Thrillist EDIT
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78% Author: The JT LeRoy Story (2016) A highly compelling collage of stylish archival footage and recorded phone conversations that flesh out this notorious Catfish-like caper of the literary world. - Thrillist EDIT
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86% Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer (2004) A deeply fascinating follow-up because of how much of Wuornos' story is changed from one film to the next, as well as for its moving consideration of the complex and often unbalanced relationship between documentarian and subject. - Thrillist EDIT
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95% The Act Of Killing (2013) It all makes sense when you submit yourself to Oppenheimer's bizarre, tragic, and eye-opening experiment. - Thrillist EDIT
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93% Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (2017) It's a slice of recent history that still has yet to become a part of the collective consciousness, but Abacus aims to play a small part in rectifying that. - Thrillist EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 28, 2018