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
The Dig (2021) Lisa Nesselson The perfect backdrop for human drama... EDIT
Posted Feb 5, 2021
Resistance (2020) Lisa Nesselson A very uneven but earnest film. EDIT
Posted Dec 1, 2020
Breathless (1959) Lisa Nesselson An irreverent French spin on Godard's affection for American gangster movies... EDIT
Posted Nov 11, 2020
17 Girls (2011) Lisa Nesselson An altogether French film populated with fresh-faced and energetic young women... EDIT
Posted Nov 11, 2020
Cafe au Lait (1993) Lisa Nesselson A hip interracial comedy with jaunty rap-inflected scores...grounded in the reality of multiethnic city life, this is the 100-percent answer to She's Gotta Have It... EDIT
Posted Nov 11, 2020
Water Lilies (2007) Lisa Nesselson Parents and other authority figures are so tangential... EDIT
Posted Nov 11, 2020
The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) Lisa Nesselson The themes could not be more relevant to today...can justice prevail with a biased judge in charge? EDIT
Posted Oct 16, 2020
Cuties (2020) Lisa Nesselson Cuties is not a great film, but it is a sensitive and thought-provoking portrait. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
Rocks (2019) Lisa Nesselson I was touched by the absolute matter-of-fact multiculturalism. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
Undine (2020) Lisa Nesselson I'm grateful for Petzold...he's truly was meant to tell stories through film. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
Kajillionaire (2020) Lisa Nesselson The movie has things to say about parenting, romance, capitalism and the therapeutic value of trying to repair the past. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
Billie (2020) Lisa Nesselson The director makes excellent use of the authority of these voices...what a gift and what a life. EDIT
Posted Oct 7, 2020
() Lisa Nesselson It sends up the French entertainment industry and the ludicrous received wisdom about Black people. EDIT
Posted Jul 30, 2020
Abou Leila (2019) Lisa Nesselson Surreal elements make this sun-drenched western part-thriller, part-tragedy... EDIT
Posted Jul 30, 2020
Malmkrog (2020) Lisa Nesselson I was especially taken with the idea of the antichrist uniting humanity, and the women speaking their minds...this touches colonialism, servitude, war and peace, topics we are still figuring out... EDIT
Posted Jul 13, 2020
Irresistible (2020) Lisa Nesselson Stewart skewers human behavior with an affectionate touch... EDIT
Posted Jul 13, 2020
Les misérables (2019) Lisa Nesselson As topical as can be...the phenomenal of the success of this film is an argument for sticking to your guns. EDIT
Posted Jun 12, 2020
Jumbo (2020) Lisa Nesselson Definitely one to look forward to... EDIT
Posted Jun 12, 2020
Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché (2018) Lisa Nesselson We can see comedy, social drama, even a few westerns in there...her name should never, ever be forgotten again. EDIT
Posted Apr 28, 2020
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) Lisa Nesselson Hanks aligns so closely with the real Fred Rogers. EDIT
Posted Apr 28, 2020
A Son (2019) Lisa Nesselson One of the most exciting movies I've seen in quite some time. EDIT
Posted Mar 26, 2020
() Lisa Nesselson It lurches from episode to episode without that essential flicker that brings genuine life... EDIT
Posted Mar 26, 2020
Mientras Dure La Guerra (2019) Lisa Nesselson The period feels authentic and the stakes couldn't be higher...fascism is as scary now as it was in the 1930s... EDIT
Posted Mar 26, 2020
Richard Jewell (2019) Lisa Nesselson Rockwell is marvelous...Eastwood gives us a pertinent portrait of how hard it is to clear your name once the tyranny of the news cycle gets ahold of you. EDIT
Posted Mar 26, 2020
Dark Waters (2019) Lisa Nesselson Sometimes, sometimes, Herculean effort does pay off...an extremely well-told story. EDIT
Posted Mar 26, 2020
The Lost Prince (2020) Lisa Nesselson Difficult to describe, this is a movie I would not wish upon my own enemy... EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2020
This Changes Everything (2018) Lisa Nesselson Very damning, and kind of sad... EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2020
Mickey and the Bear (2019) Lisa Nesselson A character study pulled off through superb performances. EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2020
Arab Blues (2020) Lisa Nesselson Rough around the edges, but I did like it... EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2020
Two of Us (2019) Lisa Nesselson It's not a dark secret, but a radiant secret...and you are so, so happy for them. EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2020
Selfie (2019) Lisa Nesselson Not a smart movie, which is too bad... EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
Bombshell (2019) Lisa Nesselson Ailes is brilliantly portrayed by John Lithgow... EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
Slacker (1991) Lisa Nesselson It holds up, a time capsule of laid-back denizens of Austin, TX that harkens back to the first stirrings of the independent film movement. It's also very funny. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
A White, White Day (2019) Lisa Nesselson A fascinating character, splendidly portrayed... EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
Jojo Rabbit (2019) Lisa Nesselson The problem for me is that it just doesn't strike me as that daring or that funny. It doesn't offend me, it's just not that interesting... EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
The Translators (2019) Lisa Nesselson The characters aren't really developed...but the film at least puts in a good word for literary translators... EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
() Lisa Nesselson A marvelous cast and an unusual history lesson. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
Cunningham (2019) Lisa Nesselson What this presents is the essence of movement... EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020
Tommaso (2019) Lisa Nesselson Willem Dafoe is sometimes mellow, sometimes erratic, but always interesting to watch. EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020
The Good Liar (2019) Lisa Nesselson It's hard to guess the motivations of the characters...Mirren and McKellen are always fun to watch, no matter the material, but this material is wobbly. EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020
Little Women (2019) Lisa Nesselson A timely retelling of a beloved classic. EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020
The Wild Goose Lake (2019) Lisa Nesselson A very colorful film noire...not sure I completely followed the intrigue, but there is a virtuoso tension that left me riveted... EDIT
Posted Dec 30, 2019
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) Lisa Nesselson Twenty-four hours later, I can already feel most of that movie evaporating from my memory... EDIT
Posted Dec 30, 2019
Knives and Skin (2019) Lisa Nesselson It's ambitious, very ambitious, in juggling a wide range of characters on a very limited budget...it didn't speak to me but I invite everyone to see for themselves... EDIT
Posted Dec 30, 2019
Proxima (2019) Lisa Nesselson Ava Green is ideal for conveying the gravitas that comes with training without gravity... EDIT
Posted Dec 30, 2019
Sympathy for the Devil (2019) Lisa Nesselson The recklessness, the rigor...an important movie and an important anecdote to "fake news..." EDIT
Posted Dec 30, 2019
Sweet Song (2019) Lisa Nesselson The main attraction here is Karin Viard as Louise, but she's so peculiar I felt like yelling at the screen. EDIT
Posted Dec 4, 2019
It Must Be Heaven (2019) Lisa Nesselson [Elia] Suleiman's sensibility is Kafka meets Buster Keaton -- tragic, but droll. EDIT
Posted Dec 4, 2019
Marriage Story (2019) Lisa Nesselson Marriage Story is wonderfully complex. EDIT
Posted Dec 4, 2019
Ford v Ferrari (2019) Lisa Nesselson This puts us right in the driver's seat, about mechanical excellence, human foils, the nature of competition...without being lectured to, it feels organic. EDIT
Posted Nov 14, 2019