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      Jamie McLeish

      Jamie McLeish's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film4

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      Silent Light (2007) While there will be those who'll have issues with the film's torpid pacing, those who are willing to submit to Reygadas' astonishing vision will find themselves entranced and ultimately uplifted by the incredible transformative power of his filmmaking. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Dec 03, 2018
      Diary of Forbidden Dreams (1973) A terrible self-indulgent piece of misogynist trash from an otherwise great director. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Mar 27, 2013
      Disgrace (2008) A perfectly cast John Malkovich gives a superb performance in a powerful and intelligent study of a man coming back from the brink. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Dec 04, 2009
      Vinyan (2008) A remorselessly grim but deeply affecting psychological horror that's likely to bitterly divide its audience. Not for the faint-hearted, Vinyan is a pitch-black, poetic exploration of the nightmare of losing a child. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Oct 04, 2009
      Obscene (2007) While the filmmakers squander some excellent opportunities that might have helped to illuminate the contradictions in their subject, this remains a fascinating study of an unrepentant American maverick. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Feb 27, 2009
      Gran Torino (2008) Eastwood's swansong performance provides the glue for a foul-mouthed, funny, deeply un-PC and very likeable drama that toys with Eastwood's image as a macho icon and slowly turns audience expectations on their head. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Feb 19, 2009
      Three Monkeys (2008) A grim, slow-burning exploration of guilt, grief and murder that keeps the audience at arm's length through its cold, intermittently misanthropic, vision of humanity but which is filled with ravishing images and a powerfully brooding atmosphere. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Feb 12, 2009
      Who Killed Nancy? (2009) A very watchable but frustratingly inconclusive investigation into a classic punk whodunit. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Feb 05, 2009
      Revolutionary Road (2008) A worthy but slightly cold adaptation of a classic American novel that fails to fully engage the audience's sympathy despite first-rate performances and some sublime camerawork by multiple Oscar nominee Roger Deakins. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Jan 30, 2009
      Incendiary (2008) A promising opening and a stunning performance from Michelle Williams are not enough to rescue a film that jumps restlessly from genre to genre without doing justice to any of its individual stories. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Oct 24, 2008
      The Outside (2009) An intriguing premise, well performed by the actors and engagingly directed by Gansel, suffers from a script that tries to pack too much into a single week and an ending that feels forced and didactic. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Sep 19, 2008
      Redacted (2007) An interesting failure, De Palma's film starts well and has moments of exceptional power but ultimately loses itself in its rambling structure. If you haven't already seen it, you'd probably be better off going back to De Palma's Casualties Of War, which - Film4
      Read More | Posted Mar 14, 2008
      My Blueberry Nights (2007) Stunning photography and Wong's formidable directing abilities cannot salvage this emotionally empty exercise in style. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Feb 22, 2008
      The Violin (2005) A quietly gripping adversarial duel lies at the heart of this political thriller, which has been hailed as a masterpiece in Vargas's native Mexico. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Jan 04, 2008
      Into the Wild (2007) Penn's best movie to date rests on a brilliant performance by Hirsch, who gets under the skin of the fascinating character at the centre of the piece. - Film4
      Read More | Posted Nov 09, 2007
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