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Critic Spotlight

Tom Clift

A freelance film journalist from Melbourne, Australia, Tom Clift is the co-founder of Movie Mezzanine and a contributor for outlets including FilmInk Magazine, Concrete Playground and Moviedex. He is a member of the Australian Film Critics Association and the Online Film Critics Society, and has been an accredited member of the press corps at numerous international film festivals, including Melbourne, New York, Karlovy Vary and Rotterdam.

Latest Reviews


Live By Night

Every one of the movie's 128 minutes reverberates with phoniness.

Jim Lane, Sacramento News & Review

Manchester by the Sea

A quiet, thoughtful film meditating on the question of loss and those death leaves behind, director Kenneth Lonergan delivers a deeply humane portrayal of grief and those who choose to let it define them.

Ellen Murray, Film Ireland Magazine


This may be a movie that is keeping it real for most of its time on screen but in the end, Moonlight fair glows with possibility and hope.

Russell Baillie, New Zealand Herald


The Light Between Oceans

[Blu-ray Review] For fans of the film or the actors within, "The Light Between Oceans" comes recommended on Blu-ray.

Dustin Putman,

Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

John McNaughton's bleak and blackly humorous Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer gets a sharp new 4K transfer and a handful of edifying new supplements from Dark Sky Films.

Budd Wilkins, Slant Magazine

Something Wild

This is a gorgeous and important restoration of a neglected rape melodrama that deserves immediate admission into the canon of great American films.

Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine

Critics' Buzz

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