It's Just Movies

It's Just Movies is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer® when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Ron Wilkinson
Rating Title/Year Author
8/10 Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) Ron Wilkinson Doubling down on the original Borat, a mysterious co-star makes this a must see for Cohen lovers. EDIT
Posted Nov 29, 2020
7/10 Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You (2020) Ron Wilkinson As he puts on his beat up jacket and walks out into the snowy New Jersey night, he is the same kid who walked the same beaches sixty years ago. EDIT
Posted Nov 29, 2020
9/10 Jacinta (2020) Ron Wilkinson A new standard in documentary access shows a way out of cyclical intergenerational addiction but at a high cost. EDIT
Posted Nov 29, 2020
7/10 Neither Confirm Nor Deny (2020) Ron Wilkinson If adding little to the public knowledge of the event, the lessons of government transparency and freedom of the press are vital today. EDIT
Posted Nov 29, 2020
8/10 Dave Not Coming Back (2020) Ron Wilkinson Comparable to the best adventure films ever made, writer/director Jonah Malak has captured a heart rending story of mankind's desire to go where they have no business going. EDIT
Posted Nov 23, 2020
6/10 Evil Eye (2020) Ron Wilkinson Predictable stuff that errs well on the side of inoffensive while promoting positive mother-daughter bonding. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
5/10 Nocturne (2020) Ron Wilkinson Too much name dropping and tossing about of classical music submarine this light duty horror cartoon. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
7/10 Black Box (2020) Ron Wilkinson A mother board of high tech digital human spirit may be the answer or it may be something else. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
7/10 The Lie (2018) Ron Wilkinson Parents play games with the family and family plays games with them. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
5/10 Don't Read This on a Plane (2020) Ron Wilkinson Reading it anywhere else might be just as bad. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
5/10 Kajillionaire (2020) Ron Wilkinson Richard Jenkins holds up his end of the deal as the rest of the gig crashes. EDIT
Posted Sep 30, 2020
9/10 Notturno (2020) Ron Wilkinson There is only so much one can say about man's inhumanity to man and this film says it all. EDIT
Posted Sep 30, 2020
8/10 Buoyancy (2019) Ron Wilkinson A ghost ship haunts a blank sea forcing its occupants to choose their fates. EDIT
Posted Sep 30, 2020
8/10 Driven to Abstraction (2019) Ron Wilkinson As beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it turns out that reality is too. EDIT
Posted Sep 30, 2020
8/10 Tesla (2020) Ron Wilkinson Nostalgia, brilliance and bug-eyed lunacy combine to make America what it is. EDIT
Posted Sep 30, 2020
7/10 Skin Walker (2019) Ron Wilkinson Small children doing the wrong things morph into adults doing even worse. EDIT
Posted Sep 30, 2020
7/10 Driven (2020) Ron Wilkinson A stand up comedy routine delivered while driving an Uber car is still a stand up routine. EDIT
Posted Aug 1, 2020
7/10 Relic (2020) Ron Wilkinson The tendency to put relics in museums is hampered by the display that eats people. EDIT
Posted Aug 1, 2020
7/10 Nighthawk (2019) Ron Wilkinson As the life flows out the holes in the water truck you might wish you, too, had drank the Kool-Aid. EDIT
Posted Aug 1, 2020
7/10 Scheme Birds (2019) Ron Wilkinson A solar black hole of infinite social gravity. Without films like this, not even light can escape. EDIT
Posted Aug 1, 2020
7/10 The Painted Bird (2019) Ron Wilkinson Vividly scripted and filmed, the horrors are all the worse for being so close to the present day. EDIT
Posted Aug 1, 2020
8/10 The Vast of Night (2019) Ron Wilkinson When the medium starts controlling the message one always answers. EDIT
Posted Jun 23, 2020
7/10 South Mountain (2019) Ron Wilkinson The bucolic setting of the summer place contrasts with life moving on in uncharted directions. EDIT
Posted Jun 23, 2020
7/10 Villain (2020) Ron Wilkinson A predictable gangster family revenge film makes good. EDIT
Posted Jun 23, 2020
5/10 End of Sentence (2019) Ron Wilkinson An estranged parent child road trip that runs out of gas. EDIT
Posted Jun 23, 2020
5/10 Shirley (2020) Ron Wilkinson Revisiting the psychopathic writer and friends and family, director Josephine Decker spends too much time rehashing past treatments. EDIT
Posted Jun 23, 2020
7/10 A Good Woman Is Hard to Find (2019) Ron Wilkinson A routine revenge flick packs a bigger message along with the grisly action. EDIT
Posted May 24, 2020
7/10 Deerskin (2019) Ron Wilkinson A closed bank account, an epiphany, a wearable trophy of a suit of armor and off to the races. EDIT
Posted May 24, 2020
5/10 The Wretched (2019) Ron Wilkinson An accessible teen horror flick feeling for the right path but passing up opps to nail the genre. EDIT
Posted May 24, 2020
5/10 True History of the Kelly Gang (2019) Ron Wilkinson Neither true nor history, this flight of fantasy has too few moments of excitement buried in the taxing rhetoric. EDIT
Posted May 24, 2020
4/10 Planet of the Humans (2019) Ron Wilkinson Launched in time for Earth Day, the message is lost in the medium. EDIT
Posted May 24, 2020
7/10 Bull (2019) Ron Wilkinson Everybody loses and gets old. It is how one loses and gets old that counts. EDIT
Posted Apr 22, 2020
9/10 Human Capital (2019) Ron Wilkinson At times too complicated for its own good, the screenplay juggles stories and perspectives as superb performances carry the day. EDIT
Posted Apr 22, 2020
8/10 Vitalina Varela (2019) Ron Wilkinson Masterful cinema and a no holds barred lesson about people who are counted out and find hope in themselves. EDIT
Posted Apr 22, 2020
5/10 The Other Lamb (2019) Ron Wilkinson If you ever thought joining a zombie cult would be fun, think again. EDIT
Posted Apr 22, 2020
8/10 Why Don't You Just Die! (Papa, sdokhni) (2018) Ron Wilkinson Does Tarentino almost better than Tarentino. EDIT
Posted Apr 22, 2020
7/10 Camp Cold Brook (2018) Ron Wilkinson Come to camp but skip the swim lessons. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
5/10 Sorry We Missed You (2019) Ron Wilkinson Unloads both barrels of righteous indignation on behalf of the working man. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
7/10 The Wild Goose Lake (2019) Ron Wilkinson The energy is not there to grab and hold western audiences. Just as well, we will always have Bogie. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
7/10 The Banker (2020) Ron Wilkinson An entertaining story about a good hearted scam that did the right thing. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
8/10 The Traitor (2019) Ron Wilkinson A powerful story well told presages a cloudy future with no silver lining. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
7/10 Disappearance at Clifton Hill (2019) Ron Wilkinson The energy of Niagara Falls segues into a carnival of cheap tricks in this methodical thriller. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2020
7/10 Come as You Are (2019) Ron Wilkinson A coming of age story that gets the message across on several levels. EDIT
Posted Feb 13, 2020
9/10 Beanpole (2019) Ron Wilkinson An explosive look at the horrors of war grounded by great performances from every person on the screen. EDIT
Posted Feb 13, 2020
9/10 Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) Ron Wilkinson The woman as property meets the artist who will be responsible for creating the woman as voyeuristic picture. EDIT
Posted Feb 13, 2020
9/10 Les misérables (2019) Ron Wilkinson Things change and things stay the same in class challenged Paris. EDIT
Posted Feb 13, 2020
8/10 Clemency (2019) Ron Wilkinson Alfre Woodard shoulders the load of the acting so well that it is impossible to distinguish her performance from the real life of the beleaguered executioner. EDIT
Posted Feb 13, 2020
8/10 A Hidden Life (2019) Ron Wilkinson If happy endings and superficial adventure are your thing, look elsewhere. EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020
8/10 The Aeronauts (2019) Ron Wilkinson Powerful photography and special effects anchored by sound science and a little nostalgia rocket this movie to the stars. EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020
10/10 1917 (2019) Ron Wilkinson One of the few films this year that succeeds in amplifying the impact of actual events using the power, or distortion, of the camera. EDIT
Posted Jan 13, 2020