Zach Campbell

Zach Campbell

Agrees with the Tomatometer 100% of the time.

Zach Campbell's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Slant Magazine

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/4 80%

Carlito's Way (1993)

"As with so many De Palma films, Carlito's Way soon manifests as an essay on its own forms." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Sep 9, 2006
3/4 63%

Mission: Impossible (1996)

"Unlike most action films, Mission: Impossible's distinct appeal operates not so much on suspense but on improbability." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Sep 1, 2006
3/4 No Score Yet

Get to Know Your Rabbit (1972)

"It's some of the seldom-seen UFOs in Brian De Palma's career that can dramatically alter one's perception of his work." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Aug 23, 2006
4/4 100%

Le Crime de Monsieur Lange (The Crime of Monsieur Lange) (1936)

"Rich and complex." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Mar 27, 2005
4/4 100%

The Ballad of Narayama (1984)

"However you slice up postwar Japanese cinema, Shohei Imamura is one of its premiere figures." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Sep 2, 2004
4/4 67%

The Lickerish Quartet (1970)

"It all sounds risible on paper, but the immediate effects are rather powerful." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Jul 21, 2004
4/4 71%

Dead Man (1995)

"Jim Jarmusch's most stunning achievement." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted May 24, 2004
4/4 94%

Lancelot of the Lake (Lancelot du Lac) (1974)

"One suspects that Bresson wanted to interpret Arthurian legend in a way that would emphasize its petty emotions and physicalities." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Feb 8, 2004
4/4 100%

Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

"A bizarre and gorgeous film to say the least, this masterwork (based on a story fragment written by Hawks in 1938 titled Plane from Barranca) embodies a fantastic range of opposite states of mind and being." ‐ Slant Magazine
Posted Oct 3, 2003