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      Clapper is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer® when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Carson Timar.

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      Rating Title | Year Author Quote
      Dumb Money (2023) Carson Timar While undoubtedly entertaining and fun, Dumb Money ultimately fails to find the depth and comprehension of events that it seems to be promising.
      Posted Sep 17, 2023
      Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (2022) Carson Timar Especially for younger audiences, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe will be a charming queer expression that is worthy in its perspective, emotions, and presence.
      Posted Sep 11, 2023
      My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 (2023) Carson Timar For those who have enjoyed the previous films in the franchise and enjoy spending time with these characters, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 is sure to be an enjoyable viewing experience.
      Posted Sep 08, 2023
      Vacation Friends 2 (2023) Carson Timar To put it bluntly, Vacation Friends 2 is a near-worthless experience.
      Posted Aug 25, 2023
      Break the Game (2023) Carson Timar Within Break the Game is an incredibly important and needed conversation surrounding internet culture, but the film sadly fails to take full advantage of this conversation and live up to its own potential.
      Posted Jul 17, 2023
      Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed (2023) Carson Timar Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed is an undeniably poignant love letter to Hudson and the life he was forced to live.
      Posted Jul 06, 2023
      Lynch/Oz (2022) Carson Timar For both casual and diehard fans of David Lynch, Lynch/Oz is an easy recommendation. Incredibly professional and surprisingly engaging, this collection of video essays is a rewarding watch.
      Posted Jun 24, 2023
      Book Club: The Next Chapter (2023) Carson Timar One does not go to a film like Book Club: The Next Chapter for Shakespearean drama that tests the morals of humanity itself, one goes to Book Club: The Next Chapter for innocent and heartfelt fun which the film delivers on excellently.
      Posted May 26, 2023
      Outpost (2022) Carson Timar While Outpost proves Joe Lo Truglio's ability within the horror genre and successfully overcomes many of the common faults in the genre, the film fails itself and its own characters with a beyond-questionable final act.
      Posted May 17, 2023
      Smoking Causes Coughing (2022) Carson Timar Smoking Causes Coughing is a prime example of the talents and worth of Dupieux as a filmmaker.
      Posted May 01, 2023
      Beau Is Afraid (2023) Carson Timar One has to question why Beau is Afraid exists at all.
      Posted Apr 23, 2023
      Renfield (2023) Carson Timar It is hard to imagine many going to see Renfield and not finding at least a few solid laughs.
      Posted Apr 09, 2023
      Paint (2023) Carson Timar Paint is one of the weakest comedies in recent memory and it is hard to find a single reason why someone should be compelled to spend their money or time on a project on this level.
      Posted Apr 08, 2023
      Boston Strangler (2023) Carson Timar For fans of the true crime genre, Boston Strangler will provide an adequate retelling of this classic case with strong performances and a unique perspective.
      Posted Mar 20, 2023
      Magazine Dreams (2023) Carson Timar A strong evolution for nearly every individual both in front and behind the camera, Magazine Dreams is a brooding work of loneliness and desperation that manifests into a complex and emotional final statement.
      Posted Feb 20, 2023
      Sharper (2023) Carson Timar A twisty psychological thriller with plenty of turns and reveals, Sharper kicks Apple TV+'s 2023 feature slate off with a bang as the film delivers an engaging and satisfying viewing experience.
      Posted Feb 20, 2023
      The Eternal Memory (2023) Carson Timar While haunting and heartbreaking, the film also holds the power and promise of love close with the final message being more about what one gains from human connection rather than what one loses due to a disease.
      Posted Feb 19, 2023
      Your Place or Mine (2023) Carson Timar Your Place or Mine is a shadow of what film actually can be and is yet another Netflix Original that will either waste 2-hours of an audience or get instantly lost in the depths of the Netflix algorithm.
      Posted Feb 14, 2023
      The Deepest Breath (2023) Carson Timar While The Deepest Breath is a competent documentary when it comes to showing the thrilling actions and achievements of Alessia Zecchini, the film fails to expand or evolve deeper than this.
      Posted Jan 25, 2023
      Fairyland (2023) Carson Timar Fairyland is a beautiful feature that gives a personal new reflection to the library of modern queer texts.
      Posted Jan 24, 2023
      Iron Butterflies (2023) Carson Timar Using experimental filmmaking to analyze past trauma and find modern connections, there is no denying that the deeper core of emotions strikes with a poignant venom even if the base level of understanding can sometimes be more mixed.
      Posted Jan 23, 2023
      The Longest Goodbye (2023) Carson Timar The Longest Goodbye is a complex documentary that provides no easy answers or solutions. It asks questions with no real answers leaving the audience to sit with the tragedy and aftermath of these emotions and choices.
      Posted Jan 22, 2023
      Blueback (2022) Carson Timar While no one can question the heart of Blueback, the final film does leave some to be desired.
      Posted Jan 21, 2023
      Sick (2022) Carson Timar Sick is a film that deserves to be put into quarantine.
      Posted Jan 16, 2023
      Missing (2023) Carson Timar While there is a way to have dumb fun in the thriller genre, Missing struggles to find this success.
      Posted Jan 14, 2023
      Babylon (2022) Carson Timar Babylon is not just another masterpiece from Chazelle, it is his magnum opus. It is a bold and risky move to challenge the identity of cinema through the form itself but the final result is undeniable.
      Posted Dec 16, 2022
      Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022) Carson Timar Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is something of a miracle. The film is an inspired and worthy sequel that immediately outshines nearly every other animated feature to come out this year.
      Posted Dec 14, 2022
      My Father's Dragon (2022) Carson Timar While the closing stretch is incredible, this doesn't negate the flaws of the first half that truly create a chore to sit through. There is a lack of consistency that is new for Cartoon Saloon.
      Posted Dec 14, 2022
      Stutz (2022) Carson Timar From uncomfortable uses of power to try and find gravitas for the story to an uneven roadmap that is supposed to guide audiences after the film's runtime ends, Stutz is clearly a flawed film but is still one with great potential.
      Posted Dec 04, 2022
      Devotion (2022) Carson Timar Especially for fans of the genre, Devotion is sure to be a rewarding watch. While there are fundamental flaws in story and pacing, this is an overall captivating feature that sees a strong emotional backbone help lift the film's overall value.
      Posted Dec 04, 2022
      Good Night Oppy (2022) Carson Timar Good Night Oppy works hard to engage audiences and give them a satisfying viewing experience without negating or ignoring the scientific core of the project.
      Posted Nov 18, 2022
      Dark Glasses (2022) Carson Timar Dark Glasses might not be a disaster, but make no mistake that this is far from being another Argento classic. The first 90% of the feature is a strong giallo psychological thriller, but the conclusion is nothing better than amateur.
      Posted Oct 31, 2022
      Summering (2022) Carson Timar Embracing the highs and lows of childhood on screen unlike any other project in recent memory, Summering is a special little gem that deserves attention.
      Posted Sep 05, 2022
      Beating Sun (2022) Carson Timar While Beating Sun has an authentic heart, the final package is lacking. Without a strong enough follow-through or character to invest the audience and get them to buy into the film's drama, the feature ends up feeling twice as long as it actually is.
      Posted Sep 05, 2022
      They/Them (2022) Carson Timar They/Them, on the outside, might seem like it has the potential to be a fun queer slasher, but the reality is sadly much darker. This is a morally disturbing feature that is not only gross but is also terrible when it comes to being a slasher.
      Posted Sep 05, 2022
      Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022) Carson Timar While it might be hard to call Minions: The Rise of Gru a disappointment due to the lack of expectations in the first place, even for the yellow creatures there is something especially poor about this effort.
      Posted Jul 14, 2022
      Eat Wheaties! (2021) Carson Timar With an emotionally satisfying conclusion, Eat Wheaties! is a worthwhile viewing experience that is legitimately enjoyable.
      Posted Jun 28, 2022
      Jurassic World Dominion (2022) Carson Timar This is a feature that is painful to watch. It does nothing with the intriguing world it takes place in and hopes that cheap nostalgia will be enough to get audiences to enjoy the product it is delivering, something not even close to true.
      Posted Jun 22, 2022
      Metronom (2022) Carson Timar With a resoundingly stunning craft and empathetic emotional journey, the film is beyond worthwhile and cements itself as one of the best films of the year.
      Posted May 26, 2022
      Sam Now (2022) Carson Timar The feature is touching in all the right ways and stands tall as one of the best films of the year.
      Posted May 19, 2022
      Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) Carson Timar Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness might not be a perfect film, but it is hard to argue against it being one of the most inspired and enjoyable MCU projects in years.
      Posted May 03, 2022
      Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood (2022) Carson Timar There is something magical within Apollo 10 12: A Space Age Childhood. As with other Linklater projects, the magic comes from exploring and feeling the authentic slices of the human condition
      Posted Apr 23, 2022
      Olivia Rodrigo: Driving Home 2 U (A Sour Film) (2022) Carson Timar When it is a celebration of Rodrigo's debut album with performances of the tracklist, the film is phenomenal. When it is a reflection and analysis of Rodrigo as an artist, the film feels more mediocre than anything else.
      Posted Apr 07, 2022
      The Sky is Everywhere (2022) Carson Timar While the style and filmmaking ability of Josephine Decker still shines strong within The Sky Is Everywhere, the film is sadly quite underwhelming.
      Posted Apr 03, 2022
      Fire of Love (2022) Carson Timar This not only paints a loving portrait for the two subjects of the feature but also gives the audience an experience to engage with and take away ideas and messages reflecting on their own lives.
      Posted Mar 16, 2022
      Three Months (2022) Carson Timar While it is hard to fully judge the heart of Three Months, as it clearly is trying to be a needed step towards the destigmatization of those suffering from HIV, the execution is simply bad.
      Posted Mar 16, 2022
      Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds (2020) Carson Timar Despite its slower moments, the film carries a weight and finds enough unique points of conversation to stand out and feel like an inspired effort.
      Posted Feb 22, 2022
      Rival (2020) Carson Timar Rival has every piece of the puzzle but ultimately doesn't have the craft to put it all together.
      Posted Feb 22, 2022
      Days (2020) Carson Timar There is a sense of poetry to Days and the emotional core of the film is a powerful and relevant exploration of humans' need for connection
      Posted Feb 22, 2022
      Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue (2021) Carson Timar There is a focused and incredibly powerful 80-minute feature buried within the film, but as it stands, the film holds more potential than it does results.
      Posted Feb 22, 2022
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