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      Brent Goldman

      Brent Goldman's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Inquiry

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      Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
      Atlantics (2019) Atlantics is a film that sticks with you, even if the journey to get there isn't always the best. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Oct 04, 2019
      Bacurau (2019) Bacurau defies labels and expectations, and works because of it. Each frame shows off two filmmakers so self-assured that they weren't out to please anybody - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Oct 04, 2019
      Martin Eden (2019) Marcello has crafted a visual delight and Marinelli brilliantly brings a complex character with a captivating arc to life. Martin Eden serves a lot on its plate. Between so many themes, sometimes it can feel like too much at once, but never boring. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Oct 04, 2019
      The Irishman (2019) At first, it feels as if [Scorsese] looked back to some of his greatest films and stole bits from each. In the third act, The Irishman then grows beyond anything he's made before and becomes something funnier, more emotional and reflective. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 28, 2019
      Uncut Gems (2019) Uncut Gems is everything you'd expect and hope for from the Safdie Brothers. It will get your heart rate going and replace your morning coffee. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2019
      The Truth (2019) With The Truth, Koreeda has crafted another subtle, yet poignant look at the family structure. It may never reach the highs of Shoplifters, but it's certainly worthy of a place in his catalog. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 24, 2019
      Honey Boy (2019) It's on-screen healing. You feel LaBeouf putting his soul into every word he wrote and every line he delivers. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 20, 2019
      How to Build a Girl (2019) Feldstein shines as bright as ever under the stage lights, but How To Build A Girl can't quite manage to rise above an average coming-of-age rock n roll fairy tale. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 20, 2019
      Jojo Rabbit (2019) Jojo Rabbit is a bold and audacious comedy that everyone besides Nazis can enjoy. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 17, 2019
      The Wild Goose Lake (2019) Daio has mastered the sizzle, but doesn't have the steak. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2019
      Human Capital (2019) While the stacked cast deliver exceptionally strong performances, the messy structure and sloppy screenplay can't bring a story with plenty of potential to life. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2019
      Waves (2019) Like a wave crashing over you and washing away the pain, the film breaks you down just to have you reemerge cleansed. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
      Monos (2019) It's an unflinching descent into chaos in the best way possible. Monos isn't simply a film you watch. It's one you feel with every sense. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Sep 09, 2019
      Cold Case Hammarskjöld (2019) Cold Case Hammarskjöld blurs the line between journalism and conspiracy without ever clearly identifying itself as either, an unhealthy place to be considering the world we live in today. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Aug 19, 2019
      Driven (2018) There's not a lot obviously wrong with Driven, but it just feels like a cast and crew that is just going through the motions. Such a wild story is told in a disappointingly vanilla manner. -
      Read More | Posted Aug 12, 2019
      Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) There are plenty of enjoyable moments, but it just never becomes as scary or fresh as you expect. Fun and creepy moments balance out painfully mediocre and cliche threads that bind the stories together. -
      Read More | Posted Aug 09, 2019
      The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) It's an impossibly sweet meditation on what it means to be a hero and empower those around you. With a free-spirited adventure story and the most heartwarming performances of the year, The Peanut Butter Falcon soars. -
      Read More | Posted Aug 07, 2019
      Them That Follow (2019) Them That Follow captures the essence of snake-handling Pentecostals, but it just doesn't pack the emotional punch needed make the film worthwhile. What could have been feels lost, with a stacked cast wasted on a dreary mood-piece. -
      Read More | Posted Aug 05, 2019
      Luce (2019) Luce feels like a rarity. A thriller that succeeds with a relatively small scale. With brilliant performances, it poses questions to its characters and audience that make both feel uncomfortable and question our identities. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Aug 02, 2019
      The Art of Self-Defense (2019) It won't be for everyone, but The Art Of Self-Defense is a dark, sharp and poignant take on the current gender roles and expectations in society. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Aug 01, 2019
      The Great Hack (2019) While it's not the best made documentary of the year, The Great Hack is the most important documentary you'll watch all year. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jul 25, 2019
      The Farewell (2019) The Farewell finds a nearly impossible balance of being hilarious while being powerful enough to move any audience to tears. If you ever hear someone saying Hollywood can't make great original stories anymore, show them The Farewell. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jul 19, 2019
      Cold Blood (2019) An uninspired script and meaningless dialogue fill space while the viewer hopes for one of Henry's ice bullets to the head. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2019
      The Lion King (2019) The Lion King is a visual masterpiece that honors and builds on the original story, but can't quite find the same depth and emotion. If you were to introduce someone to The Lion King, the 1994 version remains the go-to. -
      Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2019
      Leto (2018) Perhaps, such a rebellious force as rock and roll in such a locked down society is interesting enough to make the film work, but the unique and fantasy elements that flourish throughout offer just enough to keep your attention and interest. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jul 09, 2019
      Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Far From Home shows both Holland and Parker are ready to accept the destiny that lies ahead of them and the responsibilities that come along with it. -
      Read More | Posted Jun 27, 2019
      American Woman (2018) American Woman is an absolute powerhouse film. It's a deep look at a woman's attempt to grow and move forward, with the current constantly trying to push her back. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2019
      Toy Story 4 (2019) Toy Story 4 is Pixar firing on all cylinders - it's a whole lot of fun and a whole lot of heart. It (potentially) wraps up the franchise in a nice bow and gives our old friends the final character arcs they so deserve. -
      Read More | Posted Jun 17, 2019
      Head Count (2018) While Head Count shows potential and has some really good high level thoughts, there's just not enough scares to bring the film to life in a meaningful way. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jun 15, 2019
      The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019) One of the best films of the year so far, The Last Black Man In San Francisco is a poetic and powerful portrait of the city that serves as its canvas. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted Jun 07, 2019
      Photograph (2019) Photograph examines the familiar pressures and expectations that permeate our lives. It's a compelling cultural look at loneliness, even when surrounded by people. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 25, 2019
      The Tomorrow Man (2019) Despite bits of charm, and valuable lessons, The Tomorrow Man just doesn't offer quite enough to fill a feature. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 21, 2019
      Aniara (2018) It's a wildly ambitious film that punches above its weight visually, but could use one more edit to trim some of the fat. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 17, 2019
      John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum (2019) John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is the best film of the series so far, and proves there is no better action series this decade. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 11, 2019
      The Biggest Little Farm (2018) It's a must see that can only truly be appreciated in a theatre - don't wait to see it at home. Surely, it's one of the year's best documentaries. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 11, 2019
      Plus One (2019) Plus One is a by-the-book romantic comedy. It just never goes anywhere that makes it feel unique or particularly memorable. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 09, 2019
      Body at Brighton Rock (2019) Despite its many flaws and shortcomings, The Body At Brighton Rock is enjoyable when taken as a cheap comedy with some high tension moments. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 04, 2019
      Family (2018) It's a brisk watch that packs in jokes. The cast is supremely talented and delivers at every turn. Most of all, Family is a movie that celebrates what makes us all different and the best of us. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 04, 2019
      The Wedding Guest (2018) While Dev Patel brings the best performance possible given what he had to work with, it's hard to feel empathy or root for any characters in a story that never really knows what it wants to be. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 04, 2019
      The Mustang (2019) The Mustang is hard to look away from and worthy of praise. It's a gorgeous look at a man who finds the best version of himself in his relationship with a wild horse. - Film Inquiry
      Read More | Posted May 04, 2019
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