Witney Seibold

Witney Seibold
Witney Seibold's reviews (from any publication) always count toward the Tomatometer because this critic is a Tomatometer-approved critic.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

"A hyper-accelerated rush of towering, weird-ass oil-fisted heavy metal explosiveness." ‐Legion of Leia
Posted May 15, 2015

Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014)

"It is devoid of any sort of compelling emotional background or natural storytelling acumen. This last detail is especially damning, as this is one of the best-known tales in the Western World." ‐Legion of Leia
Posted Apr 23, 2015

Into the Woods (2014)

"Marshall seems to have missed the point entirely, giving us one of the most straightforward, blandest interpretations of a satire imaginable." ‐Legion of Leia
Posted Apr 23, 2015

Big Eyes (2014)

"Big Eyes is the most substantial film Tim Burton has made since Ed Wood. " ‐Legion of Leia
Posted Apr 23, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)

"It's pretend bondage. Caffeine-free Diet BDSM." ‐Legion of Leia
Posted Apr 23, 2015

Insurgent (2015)

"Robert Schwentke's Insurgent is a massively stupid movie." ‐Legion of Leia
Posted Apr 23, 2015

Cinderella (2015)

"The problems with the story are still present - this is most certainly not a feminist polemic - but one can't help but be caught up in Branagh's theatrical spirit." ‐Legion of Leia
Posted Apr 23, 2015
5/10 29%

Get Hard (2015)

"'Get Hard's' affability barely outweighs its offensive stereotypes." ‐CraveOnline
Posted Mar 27, 2015

An American in Paris (1951)

"It's hard not to be charmed by Gene Kelly's featherweight smiles and amazing dancing. But the film as a whole is -- and let no one contradict me on this -- a complete trifle." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 22, 2015

Rebecca (1940)

"There are so many rich interpersonal relationships. This is not a romance or a history, but a bout of delicious Gothic psychoanalysis." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 22, 2015

Gone With the Wind (1939)

"I love Scarlett O'Hara. She's so full of life and energy, it's hard not to be swept up in her personality." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 22, 2015

The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

"The Best Years of Our Lives is one of the most timely and immediate Best Picture winners in Academy history, beating even Mrs. Miniver in terms of topicality." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 22, 2015

All About Eve (1950)

"Joseph L. Mankiewicz' All About Eve is a rich, impeccably written, gunshot sharp black comedy about an aging actress, the go-getter who seeks to supplant her, and the heaping pile of carefully fostered artisanal bitchiness that they construct." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 22, 2015

Casablanca (1942)

"Frankly, it's earned its reputation." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 22, 2015

All the King's Men (1949)

"Its political commentary is certainly blunt, but it's also a dynamic character drama full of excellent acting." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 20, 2015

Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)

"This is a ripping yarn, an old-timey sea adventure." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 20, 2015

Going My Way (1944)

"It makes you feel happy. And that's not nothing." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 18, 2015

Gentleman's Agreement (1947)

"Can Gentleman's Agreement be a salient, good movie, and still be entirely too corny? Maybe it's just because I'm looking back at it from the modern day, but Gentleman's Agreement plays hokey and preachy a lot of the time. " ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 18, 2015

The Great Ziegfeld (1936)

"Since it's so fun to look at, you will not be bored for a second, constantly wowed by the enormity of it all." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 18, 2015

The Life of Emile Zola (1937)

"As a courtroom drama, and as a depiction of government corruption, this film is pretty first rate. " ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 18, 2015

You Can't Take It With You (1938)

"Please see this one. Heck, see any Frank Capra movie." ‐Nerdist
Posted Feb 18, 2015
4/10 12%

Mortdecai (2015)

"Mortdecai is content to stroll casually and unassuredly through its paces, taking long, long intermissions for Depp to whimper and giggle." ‐CraveOnline
Posted Jan 23, 2015
2/5 48%

The Judge (2014)

"The Judge is... a gooey experience, lousy with clichés and rife with awkward family-togetherness moments that look genuine on the paper, but ring false." ‐Movies.com
Posted Oct 19, 2014
4/5 88%

Gone Girl (2014)

"A rather excellent potboiler full of dark revelations and unexpected twists. And, wow, those twists leave one gobsmacked." ‐Movies.com
Posted Oct 6, 2014
1.5/5 29%

Annabelle (2014)

"Dull-witted, stiff, and predictable." ‐Movies.com
Posted Oct 6, 2014

This Is Where I Leave You (2014)

"Occasionally, Hollywood will step forward with a family drama that actually manages to tinker with actual pain... "This Is Where I Leave You" has no edge, no darkness, no texture, no character to speak of. " TheWrap
Posted Oct 1, 2014
4.5/10 17%

When The Game Stands Tall (2014)

"Despite having a unique message, When the Game Stands Tall is pretty boring stuff." ‐CraveOnline
Posted Aug 22, 2014
3.5/5 93%

Bound By Flesh (2014)

"If you've ever had any interest in early American entertainment, the world of freak shows, or in the Hilton Sisters in particular, this is exactly the film you need." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 29, 2014
3/5 83%

Begin Again (2014)

"Born Again's most glaring weakness, however, comes from the mere fact that this has already been done, better, by the same filmmaker. It's nice to see him exploring similar material, but if you've seen Once, you've already seen the superior film." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 29, 2014
2/5 18%

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

"Michael Bay's latest exercise in excess is the biggest, longest, loudest, explodiest film ever made." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 29, 2014
2.5/5 23%

Think Like a Man Too (2014)

"As it stands, the flick is too good-natured and too clean to offer audiences anything more than a mild afternoon distraction." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 23, 2014
3.5/5 76%

The Last Sentence (2014)

"Ultimately, The Last Sentence, despite the great performances and awesome visuals, gets too preoccupied with its own interpersonal drama and soap opera dynamics, eventually forgetting to address some of the bigger moral implications it hints at. " ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 20, 2014
3/5 52%

Jersey Boys (2014)

"Jersey Boys brushes off the glitter of the typical musical and gives us a calming and languid experience that never soars, but gently entertains nonetheless. " ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 20, 2014

Borgman (2014)

"Borgman is one of the oddest, most unsettling, most boldly and strikingly bizarre films I have seen in a long while." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 20, 2014
4/5 50%

All Cheerleaders Die (2014)

"Within the first hour All Cheerleaders Die cycles from indie romance, to feminist polemic, to genuine horror, to horror satire, to titillating B-picture. But somehow, this film coheres." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 19, 2014
4/5 84%

22 Jump Street (2014)

"It's lightweight instead of high-concept. Silly instead of crass. It's the funniest spoof movie I've seen in a while." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 19, 2014
4/5 92%

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

"How to Train Your Dragon 2 is the most solid, light, and enjoyable fantasy film of the summer. " ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 19, 2014

The Signal (2014)

"Ambitious enough to be interesting, The Signal is an original genre exercise that doesn't always work, but is certainly worth a look." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 12, 2014
2.5/5 81%

The Fault In Our Stars (2014)

"It's not that The Fault in Our Stars does anything particularly grievous, it just does too much of what it has." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 7, 2014
3.5/5 64%

Filth (2014)

"Based on a novel by Irvine Welsh, Jon S. Baird's Filth is delightfully anarchic, forthright in its crassness, and, despite a general lack of thrust, exhilarating to watch. " ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 4, 2014
3/5 54%

Trust Me (2014)

"If Trust Me is any indicator, Gregg is a talented budget director of surprisingly downbeat, tonally staid, wholly effective tragedies." ‐Nerdist
Posted Jun 4, 2014
5/5 97%

We Are the Best! (2014)

"Warm, joyous, and excellent, Lukas Moodysson's We Are the Best! is an honest and refreshing celebration of young girls' friendship, with a few playful punk punches thrown in." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 30, 2014
2/5 50%

Maleficent (2014)

"For all its ambitions and striking visuals, Maleficent is a dreamlike miasma of bad ideas." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 29, 2014
3/5 33%

A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014)

"Seth MacFarlane scales back on some of the crassness and plays up the charm in his latest feature film. The result is fitfully funny, a bit trifling, and paradoxically inoffensive." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 28, 2014
5/5 95%

The Dance of Reality (2014)

"It is playful and expansive. This film is awesome in the old sense of the word. It is one of the best films of the year." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 25, 2014
1/5 52%

Lucky Bastard (2014)

"The NC-17-rated Lucky Bastard uses the found footage gimmick to surprisingly strong effect, and it give a refreshingly frank view of the porn industry, but eventually steeps into moralizing and tut-tutting that left a very sour taste in my mouth." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 23, 2014
3.5/5 10%

The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (2014)

"Phil Alden Robinson's film starts as a caustic comedy, and becomes a teary, life-affirming, and sentimental journey of a dying dad." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 23, 2014
1.5/5 7%

Don Peyote (2014)

"Unfortunately, Don Peyote - for all its freakout ambitions, bizarre visuals, and copious, relentless WTF moments - doesn't quite stick. " ‐Nerdist
Posted May 18, 2014
2/5 49%

Wolf Creek 2 (2014)

"Its grindhouse appeal will be enough for some audiences, but I sometimes require more of a statement to be made other than "It hurts when outback psychopaths stab you a bunch."" ‐Nerdist
Posted May 18, 2014
2.5/5 63%

Million Dollar Arm (2014)

"It's not offensive or bad, it's just plain." ‐Nerdist
Posted May 15, 2014
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