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Zach Gibson

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

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/5 62% Griff the Invisible (2011) Superhero films have been messed with before, but this Australian twist on DIY crusading becomes a lingering conundrum about unusual assistance. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Apr 13, 2011
4/5 80% Barney's Version (2011) Giammatti is on the top of his game in this Pitch black comedy. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Apr 13, 2011
4/5 87% Rango (2011) Brilliantly bonkers, this animated Western weirdo should scare little kids while dazzling adults with its inspired approach to demented homage. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Apr 13, 2011
2/5 73% The Housemaid (2011) Despite being 50 years since the release of the original Housemaid, this flesh-happy yet plain remake goes limp on subtext and presents few reasons why it thought it could take on the previous, harder-hitting version. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Nov 3, 2010
3/5 67% Daybreakers (2010) More Australian filmmakers should be inspired to take on Hollywood after seeing the Spierigs' vampire venture, even if it falls short of greatness. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Jan 31, 2010
1/5 22% Case 39 (2010) Stale reheat of the creepy kid genre. No point investigating. Case closed. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Nov 1, 2009
4/5 81% Michael Jackson's This Is It (2009) What might have been just a shameless cash-in actually hits the stage as a toe-tapping and eye-opening tribute to the King Of Pop. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Oct 28, 2009
2/5 36% Saw VI (2009) The never-ending Saw horror franchise continues. Sigh. Fans and non-fans will get exactly what they expect, and not much more. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Oct 21, 2009
4/5 94% An Education (2009) An adult focus upon a questionable pairing sidesteps the raincoat crowd and offers a telling, reflective study of learning the hard way. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Oct 18, 2009
3/5 81% Okuribito (Departures) (2009) Oscar can be a big softie, as proved by how it presented itself to this sweet, sober chamber piece about living life and handling death. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Oct 11, 2009
2/5 84% Whip It (2009) Not the holy roller expected of such a promising cast, premise and debut director. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Oct 8, 2009
2/5 39% Surrogates (2009) Beyond providing an excuse to sometimes wear a creepy wig which Barbie's boyfriend must want back, why Willis picked the shiny, empty Surrogates as his sci-fi return isn't clear from the tepid results on screen. ‐ Empire Magazine Australasia
Posted Sep 24, 2009