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Wally Hammond's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Time Out, Time Out Sydney

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 94%

Contempt (1964)

"A knowing, tragic-comic aria for love and moviemaking." ‐Little White Lies
Posted Dec 29, 2015
4/5 97%

Goodbye, Children (Au Revoir Les Enfants) (1987)

"Not the director's best work, but far, far from being his worst either." ‐Little White Lies
Posted Jan 29, 2015
2/5 67%

A Magnificent Haunting (Magnifica presenza)(Magnificent Presence) (2012)

"In the Ozpetek canon, this one is non-essential." ‐Little White Lies
Posted Oct 24, 2013
5/5 82%

Something in the Air (2013)

"This might just be Assayas' masterpiece." ‐Little White Lies
Posted May 23, 2013
4/5 81%

De jueves a domingo (Thursday Till Sunday) (2012)

"What distinguishes Castillo's film is the facility and accuracy with which she understands, remembers and recreates the fish-bowl vistas and claustrophobic intimacy of a long car-bound journey." ‐Time Out
Posted Apr 4, 2013
4/5 70%

Keyhole (2012)

"A bravura journey into a noirish nightmare world and a lock that even paid-up Maddinites won't be able to pick on a single viewing." ‐Little White Lies
Posted Sep 13, 2012
5/5 95%

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1928)

"One for Hitch fans, one for thriller fans, one for cinema fans. Do not miss." ‐Little White Lies
Posted Aug 9, 2012
4/5 93%

The Apartment (1960)

"Directed by Wilder with attention to detail and emotional reticence that belie its inherent darkness and melodramatic core, it's lifted considerably by the performances." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 8, 2012
5/5 96%

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)

"Staggering and heartbreaking. Still." ‐Little White Lies
Posted May 17, 2012
3/5 84%

Angel & Tony (Angèle et Tony) (2010)

"This is a sprightly and economical debut from French former journalist and writer-director Alix Delaporte." ‐Time Out
Posted May 3, 2012
2/5 69%

Hadewijch (2010)

Quote not available. ‐Time Out
Posted Feb 16, 2012
3/5 89%

Waitress (2007)

"Funny, gentle, unpatronising, if occasionally naive and quirky." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
5/5 89%

I Don't Want to Sleep Alone (2007)

Quote not available. ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
3/5 76%

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)

Quote not available. ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
3/5 67%

The Incredible Hulk (2008)

"A more satisfactory adaptation of the spirit of Stan Lee's Marvel character." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
4/5 78%

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)

"Performances are more mature, the soundtrack (by Nicholas Hooper) less grandiose, and Yates executes some thrilling set-pieces." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 17, 2011
3/5 82%

Frownland (2007)

Quote not available. ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
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Quote not available. ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
3/5 81%

I Served the King of England (2008)

Quote not available. ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
92%

Drive (2011)

"A more or less conventional Los Angeles-set hot-rod/getaway-driver movie with neo-noir decoration -- albeit satisfying enough on its own terms." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Sep 27, 2011
4/5 84%

Post Mortem (2012)

"Larraín's clever use of almost humorously unconventional framings, expressively washed-out colour tones and mysterious low-key performances brings together human comedy and historical tragedy to unique, and surprisingly emotional, effect." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 7, 2011
4/5 83%

Gianni e le donne (The Salt of Life) (2012)

"Wittily observed, humorously understood and keenly felt." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 9, 2011
2/5 86%

Kill The Referee (les Arbitres) (2010)

"Even for footy fans, the film's a game of guesswork." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 3, 2011
3/5 91%

Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo (2009)

"No, not a Toho creature feature, but a diverting, slightly meandering, mini- DV-shot documentary on the Japanese love for insects." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 28, 2011
95%

Animal Kingdom (2010)

"An ambitious and effective thriller." ‐Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 1, 2011
3/5 49%

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010)

"Provides rousing enough young family entertainment - though there's less to engage maturer Lewis fans and possible disappointment for older teenagers." ‐Time Out
Posted Dec 9, 2010
2/5 65%

Tamara Drewe (2010)

"The dullness of British mainstream cinema is epitomised by this Stephen Frears -- didn't he used to be an auteur? -- adaptation of Posy Simmonds's gently teasing 2005-2007 Guardian comic strip about rural goings-on." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 8, 2010
3/5 84%

Black Dynamite (2009)

"The portentous dialogue, two-track-recorded soundtrack (by Adrian Younge) and eager performances are all highly diverting." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 12, 2010
4/5 97%

Rapt (2011)

"A tense hostage-thriller with a difference." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 15, 2010
3/5 90%

London River (2011)

"In the film's latter stages, Blethyn's heart-on-the-sleeve acting style finally combines with the marvellous Kouyaté's watchful intelligence and frail dignity to moving effect." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 8, 2010
4/5 89%

Colossal Youth (Juventude Em Marcha) (2006)

"You need a bit of patience with director Pedro Costa." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 6, 2010
4/5 55%

The Killer Inside Me (2010)

"This again-atypical film from Winterbottom is a much more sober affair than its early, controversial press might suggest. " ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 2, 2010
4/5 40%

The Killer Inside Me (1976)

"This again-atypical film from Winterbottom, the genre-swapping director of A Mighty Heart, Genova and The Road to Guantanamo, is a much more sober affair than its early, controversial press might suggest." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 2, 2010
2/5 27%

Remember Me (2010)

"Be warned, if you're vulnerable to outrageous, cringe-inducing implausibilities -- not least the ludicrous stand-up row between Tyler and his father in the latter's Twin Towers boardroom -- you'd best give this one a miss." ‐Time Out
Posted Apr 1, 2010
3/5 80%

Tony (2009)

"Not a reassuring vision, for sure, and no tourist plug for Dalston, Hackney or Haggerston, but the film's a fair calling card for Johnson's talent." ‐Time Out
Posted Feb 5, 2010
2/5 56%

Edge of Darkness (2010)

"Scriptwriters William Monahan and Andrew Bovell have sadly sacrificed some of the original's cultural specificity and its slow-burn quality." ‐Time Out
Posted Feb 2, 2010
3/5 78%

OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus (Lost in Rio) (2010)

"It's the grooving to composer Ludovic Bource's fab xylophone beats and Dujardin's hyena laugh and heroic self-regard you'll remember." ‐Time Out
Posted Jan 15, 2010
2/5 41%

44 Inch Chest (2010)

"Aiming for black comedy and a redemptive satire on self-deluding male machismo, ham fisted debut director Malcolm Venville instead gives his cast enough rope to hang themselves rather than the characters they play." ‐Time Out
Posted Jan 15, 2010
4/5 95%

Hofshat Kaits (My Father My Lord) (2008)

"You could say this film is at once a secular fable on a religious dilemma and an almost religious parable about an all-too-human tragedy." ‐Time Out
Posted Jan 5, 2010
5/5 100%

Tokyo Story (Tôkyô monogatari) (1953)

"This remains one of the most approachable and moving of all cinema's masterpieces." ‐Time Out
Posted Jan 5, 2010
3/5 54%

Disney's A Christmas Carol (2009)

"Cinematographer Robert Presley and the design team provide many instances of graphical triumph, influenced by silent cinema." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 6, 2009
4/5 96%

BirdWatchers - La terra degli uomini rossi (2008)

"Writer-director-producer Marco Bechis's absorbing story of struggle and survival carries its committed ethnographic and political passions lightly." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 18, 2009
3/5 61%

Chiko (2008)

"Impressive directorial skills, if a trite plotline, are on offer in Turkish-German writer-director Özgür Yildirim's occasionally violent debut feature." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 21, 2009
3/5 94%

Home (2009)

"A first film of laudable ambition and Meier's directorial confidence suggests promise for the future." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 7, 2009
2/5 29%

Mad, Sad & Bad (2009)

"A disconcerting fluctuation in tone - from sorrowful satire to cheesy sitcom - proves the film's fatal flaw." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 31, 2009
3/5 72%

Kærlighed på Film (Just Another Love Story) (2007)

"Ambitious cross-cutting and occasional bursts of strident music hint at psychologically complex parallels and readings that the film fails to deliver." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 24, 2009
5/5 97%

35 Rhums (35 Shots of Rum) (2008)

"Denis magically evokes a liberal meditation on family, harmony, loyalty and belonging and their corollaries - loss, transgression, loneliness and separation - and achieves a sweet unity." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 10, 2009
3/5 84%

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)

"Longer than the last, the sixth episode of the adventures of the increasingly burdened magic warrior of Privet Drive is a more human affair than its predecessors." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 10, 2009
1/5 45%

New Town Killers (2008)

"A seemingly self-mocking jumble of sour literary, cinematic, class and genre affectations." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 12, 2009
3/5 86%

Accident (1967)

"'Accident' now seems a little self-conscious in its modernist, 'quality' art-cinema pretensions." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 5, 2009
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