France24

France24 is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Jon Frosch, Lisa Nesselson
Rating Title/Year Author
() Lisa Nesselson This is a very accomplished debut. EDIT
Posted May 17, 2019
Tremors (Temblores) (2019) Lisa Nesselson It has the aura of unease from the very first frame. EDIT
Posted May 13, 2019
The Aftermath (2019) Lisa Nesselson I was involved all the way. EDIT
Posted May 13, 2019
La Miséricorde de la Jungle (2018) Lisa Nesselson Contrast hits home with exquisite filming...aesthetically it's quite beautiful...nature couldn't care less about the deadly quarrels of men. EDIT
Posted Apr 26, 2019
Farewell to the Night (L'Adieu a la nuit) (2019) Lisa Nesselson A deft examination of how one person's poor decision radiates out to harm others. EDIT
Posted Apr 26, 2019
Still Recording (2018) Lisa Nesselson The closing credits are sobering. EDIT
Posted Apr 5, 2019
Tel Aviv on Fire (2018) Lisa Nesselson I laughed a lot at this satire...it affectionately lampoons stereotypes... EDIT
Posted Apr 5, 2019
Schindler's List (1993) Lisa Nesselson The story of a righteous rescue mission amid unimaginable horror...a sober, historical drama. EDIT
Posted Mar 15, 2019
() Lisa Nesselson It looks convincing, but it doesn't quite hang together. EDIT
Posted Mar 15, 2019
Who You Think I Am (2019) Lisa Nesselson Just how powerful are virtual relationships? I think it's something we should certainly keep looking into. EDIT
Posted Mar 8, 2019
Beautiful Boy (2018) Lisa Nesselson Lovely actors and harrowing situations, but I just didn't care... EDIT
Posted Feb 15, 2019
Vice (2018) Lisa Nesselson McKay does some absolutely beautiful things with the structure of the film. EDIT
Posted Feb 15, 2019
The Invisibles (2017) Lisa Nesselson This film's mix of actual women from the streets with a handful of actresses working in France is actually quite funny. EDIT
Posted Feb 1, 2019
The Mule (2018) Lisa Nesselson It's a good part for Eastwood...a window into our past... EDIT
Posted Feb 1, 2019
Welcome to Marwen (2018) Lisa Nesselson I found this touching, a very good exploration of the power of art and imagination in working through trauma. EDIT
Posted Jan 22, 2019
Colette (2018) Lisa Nesselson This very earnest and lovely-to-look-at production is reasonably enjoyable, without being "all" that good. EDIT
Posted Jan 22, 2019
The Emperor of Paris (L'Empereur de Paris) (2018) Lisa Nesselson Very little of it registers as exciting action. EDIT
Posted Jan 11, 2019
L'homme fidèle (2018) Lisa Nesselson Jean--Claude Carriere is a national treasure. EDIT
Posted Jan 11, 2019
On the Basis of Sex (2018) Lisa Nesselson If I had to sum up Ginsberg's contributions in a sentence, if you're female and breathing in America, you owe her big time. EDIT
Posted Jan 11, 2019
Wildlife (2018) Lisa Nesselson Such a superb showcase for fine, fine actors. EDIT
Posted Dec 20, 2018
The Bookshop (2017) Lisa Nesselson A bit disappointed. This isn't exactly a page-turner...deeply feminist, though... EDIT
Posted Dec 20, 2018
The Happy Prince (2018) Lisa Nesselson Astonishing for a first film... EDIT
Posted Dec 20, 2018
In Safe Hands (Pupille) (2018) Lisa Nesselson A very interesting foundation for a movie. The process is displayed with warmth, humor and authenticity... EDIT
Posted Dec 14, 2018
To the Ends of the World (Les confins du monde) (2018) Lisa Nesselson If you suspect that the rote phrase "thank you for your service" can't begin to cover the horror of war, please seek this out. EDIT
Posted Dec 14, 2018
Leto (2018) Lisa Nesselson In addition to being a gloriously bittersweet and entertaining story with great music, it's an important film. EDIT
Posted Dec 14, 2018
A Bread Factory, Part One: For the Sake of Gold (2018) Lisa Nesselson It's gentle, as the interlocking members of the community stand up for what they believe in...there are lots and lots of characters, but it's never difficult to tell them apart. EDIT
Posted Dec 3, 2018
Widows (2018) Lisa Nesselson It's complex, and enjoyable, although not exactly moral...there are a sufficient amount of twists that keep you guessing in a fun way. EDIT
Posted Dec 3, 2018
The Third Man (1949) Lisa Nesselson The music is as distinctive as the James Bond or Star Wars theme... EDIT
Posted Dec 3, 2018
Yomeddine (2018) Lisa Nesselson In this case, I was effortlessly won over. EDIT
Posted Dec 3, 2018
Girls of the Sun (2018) Lisa Nesselson It's not very good, and I had really high hopes for this...clunky at best. EDIT
Posted Dec 3, 2018
Les chatouilles (2018) Lisa Nesselson It is told with verve and bottomless creativity. EDIT
Posted Nov 9, 2018
Fahrenheit 11/9 (2018) Lisa Nesselson Please go buy a ticket...Moore is a fine investigative journalist, and he spreads the blame. EDIT
Posted Nov 9, 2018
Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Lisa Nesselson You should, you should, see it. EDIT
Posted Nov 9, 2018
Galveston (2018) Lisa Nesselson I can't say it grabbed me, beyond being very competently made, but Mélanie Laurent is versatile and deeply impressive. EDIT
Posted Oct 12, 2018
The House That Jack Built (2018) Lisa Nesselson I laughed out loud at regular intervals...it was fascinating on screen. EDIT
Posted Oct 12, 2018
RBG (2018) Lisa Nesselson Let us grin, from ear to ear, at what Ruth Bader Ginsberg has accomplished. EDIT
Posted Oct 12, 2018
The Square (2017) Lisa Nesselson This is a good movie. A masterpiece for the ages? Probably not. But a sardonic commentary on contemporary art and society. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Ex Libris: The New York Public Library (2017) Lisa Nesselson What jumps out is how well it shows what really motivated public service looks like. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Koyaanisqatsi (1983) Lisa Nesselson Seeing it again actually brought tears to my eyes. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
My Friend Dahmer (2017) Lisa Nesselson A period-perfect ode to dysfunction in plain sight. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
The Disaster Artist (2017) Lisa Nesselson I loved every minute of this film...we go to the movies to see characters, and Tommy is a character, all right... EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Early Man (2018) Lisa Nesselson An absolutely adorable tale. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
The 15:17 to Paris (2018) Lisa Nesselson A better idea in theory than in execution...these guys are just so darn ordinary, they're really not terribly interesting, and they're playing themselves... EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Downsizing (2017) Lisa Nesselson Alexander Payne makes deadpan comedy...I loved this movie, and it evolves in ways I could have never predicted. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Aus dem Nichts (2017) Lisa Nesselson It cleverly incriminates societal assumptions. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) Lisa Nesselson I laughed out loud at certain junctures, I'm still thinking about it, but I'm not as excited about this film as an awful lot of people seem to be... EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Maria by Callas: In Her Own Words (2017) Lisa Nesselson An excellent film told entirely in Callas' own words...we feel strangely close to someone who has been dead for 40 years. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
A Ghost Story (2017) Lisa Nesselson A very special achievement. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2018
Nico, 1988 (2017) Lisa Nesselson Not to gush, swoon or go overboard, but I loved this film. EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2018
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Lisa Nesselson My makeup was smudged because I had tears running down my face...the beauty of the cosmos, I loved every minute of it. EDIT
Posted Sep 12, 2018