KDHX (St. Louis)

KDHX (St. Louis) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Diane Carson, Martha K. Baker
Rating Title/Year Author
Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) Diane Carson A haunting examination of love and the restrictions imposed on women by eighteenth-century French society. EDIT
Posted Feb 14, 2020
Citizen K (2019) Martha K. Baker [An] upstanding documentary. EDIT
Posted Feb 10, 2020
Everybody's Everything (2019) Diane Carson Avoiding formulaic biopic pitfalls, directors Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silyan find a fresh approach: an appealing, clear-headed entree to the heart and mind of Gustav (Gus) Åhr, aka Lil Peep. EDIT
Posted Feb 5, 2020
() Martha K. Baker It is a little intriguing, a little unsettling. After all, revenge is involved, negotiations are held, connections are made, dot to dot. But there's really nothing new here. EDIT
Posted Feb 5, 2020
Rou qing shi (2018) Diane Carson [A] rich profile of life in an economically challenged China. EDIT
Posted Jan 30, 2020
The Gentlemen (2020) Martha K. Baker Aren't we very weary of seeing mobsters playing in the weeds? Enough. EDIT
Posted Jan 27, 2020
Invisible Life (2019) Martha K. Baker Julia Stockler and Carol Duarte bring the pining sisters to life in nearly every frame. EDIT
Posted Jan 27, 2020
I Lost My Body (2019) Diane Carson The animation here is not, in and of itself, extraordinary. The story, however, is as unusual as it sounds and just as riotously inventive. EDIT
Posted Jan 24, 2020
Mickey and the Bear (2019) Diane Carson Writer/director Annabelle Attanasio... in her debut feature, shows a mature handling of interpersonal dynamics. EDIT
Posted Jan 21, 2020
The Song of Names (2019) Martha K. Baker [François] Girard knows music, he knows grief, and he names names in The Song of Names. EDIT
Posted Jan 21, 2020
Cunningham (2019) Martha K. Baker Although the documentary breaks no new ground in that genre, [Alla] does tickle with letters seemingly typed on screen as letters are read aloud, and she poses old pictures with new interpretations of Cunningham's dances. EDIT
Posted Jan 17, 2020
Les misérables (2019) Diane Carson French cinema has produced gripping police procedurals. To that group must now be added writer/director Ladj Ly's Les Misérables. EDIT
Posted Jan 17, 2020
Midnight Family (2019) Diane Carson Midnight Family offers a moving portrait of a complex, unfortunate situation for all concerned. EDIT
Posted Jan 16, 2020
The Wolf House (2018) Diane Carson This film is indescribable and amazing. EDIT
Posted Jan 16, 2020
Clemency (2019) Diane Carson This is a film of advocacy that makes its case intelligently and poignantly. EDIT
Posted Dec 27, 2019
1917 (2019) Martha K. Baker This story would be just one more war story if not for the way it's told. EDIT
Posted Dec 26, 2019
Little Women (2019) Martha K. Baker Gerwig plays fast and confusingly loose with the time line, so attention must be paid. Her interpretation of this classic is not perfect, but it certainly is worthy of being in the field with the other versions of Alcott's classic. EDIT
Posted Dec 26, 2019
Bombshell (2019) Martha K. Baker "Bombshell" lands directly on its targets, men with power and immorality to squander. EDIT
Posted Dec 23, 2019
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) Diane Carson As always, the flawless editing flashes through the breathtaking action sequences with zing and flair, animating skirmishes while enjoyably increasing most fans' blood pressure. EDIT
Posted Dec 23, 2019
A Hidden Life (2019) Diane Carson As Franz, August Diehl wordlessly telegraphs the soul searching and emotional agony of his dilemma, a poignant embodiment of moral courage. EDIT
Posted Dec 20, 2019
() Martha K. Baker For all the commemorations this year of the 75th anniversary of America's engagement in World War II, the intimate and moving documentary, Paths of the Past, brings the battles close to home. EDIT
Posted Dec 17, 2019
The Two Popes (2019) Diane Carson Anthony McCarten provides a remarkable, immensely pleasurable script that cares about language. EDIT
Posted Dec 13, 2019
Richard Jewell (2019) Diane Carson Joel Cox's editing moves this story along with emotional closeups, and cinematographer Yves Bélanger's strong compositions deliver strong content without distractions. EDIT
Posted Dec 13, 2019
The Aeronauts (2019) Diane Carson Some breathtaking events seem absolutely perfect for film, and that is certainly true for The Aeronauts. EDIT
Posted Dec 6, 2019
Queen & Slim (2019) Martha K. Baker Queen & Slim is going to be lost in the melee that is December film openings, but it deserves so much more. It deserves to be found. EDIT
Posted Dec 4, 2019
Knives Out (2019) Martha K. Baker It's funny. It's scary. It's murderous. It's clichés blown apart, and it's ensemble acting to a farethewell. EDIT
Posted Dec 3, 2019
Honey Boy (2019) Diane Carson As the boy Otis, Noah Jupe gives an extraordinarily mature performance, his eyes communicating wells of sadness and pain. EDIT
Posted Dec 2, 2019
Marriage Story (2019) Diane Carson Marriage Story is a powerful, heartbreaking character study. EDIT
Posted Dec 2, 2019
Waves (2019) Diane Carson Great acting heightens the impact. EDIT
Posted Dec 2, 2019
Frozen II (2019) Martha K. Baker A gorgeous film. EDIT
Posted Dec 2, 2019
American Dharma (2018) Diane Carson As always, Morris burrows deep into his subjects. Here his laser focus gives Bannon free rein to reveal his guiding principles and strategies, admirable and otherwise, and Bannon serves up some stunning commentary. EDIT
Posted Dec 2, 2019
Dark Waters (2019) Diane Carson This is a compelling, frightening, and important film. And after Dark Waters, Teflon will forever lose its luster, and should. EDIT
Posted Nov 27, 2019
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) Martha K. Baker The formula works, in part, because it retains strands of the original story, pounded out by writer Tom Junod. EDIT
Posted Nov 26, 2019
The Good Liar (2019) Martha K. Baker The Good Liar is not the best thriller or romantic comedy or mystery ever made, but with Mirren and McKellen it moves well within its reins -- like an old plug horse who knows the way home. EDIT
Posted Nov 22, 2019
The Irishman (2019) Martha K. Baker The Irishman stuns with its attention to detail - except for that one thing: the basic truth. EDIT
Posted Nov 22, 2019
Frankie (2019) Martha K. Baker What there isn't is substance. What there is is pretension. EDIT
Posted Nov 22, 2019
Grâce à Dieu (2018) Martha K. Baker The film is so good that it's hard to tell whether it's a documentary or a feature film. By the Grace of God matters - no matter what. EDIT
Posted Nov 22, 2019
The Report (2019) Diane Carson Anette Bening gives her best chameleon-like performance, verbally and nonverbally channeling Senator Feinstein. EDIT
Posted Nov 18, 2019
Parasite (2019) Diane Carson As with his earlier works... [director Joon-ho Bong] embeds a biting social critique in a dynamic narrative with unexpected risks and satisfying surprises. EDIT
Posted Nov 15, 2019
Ford v Ferrari (2019) Diane Carson Director James Mangold's Ford v Ferrari roars loudly and thrillingly out of the gate. EDIT
Posted Nov 15, 2019
Cyrano, My Love (2018) Diane Carson The other actors, especially Thomas Solivérès as Edmond, Olivier Gourmet as Coquelin, and director Michalik himself as playwright Georges Feydeau, give fine performances, clearly totally committed to the style and approach. EDIT
Posted Nov 6, 2019
Jojo Rabbit (2019) Diane Carson JoJo's mother, a superb Scarlett Johansson, navigates a delicate balance. EDIT
Posted Nov 1, 2019
Motherless Brooklyn (2019) Diane Carson Motherless Brooklyn requires relaxing into this noir world and rewards those, include me, who are ready for the ride. EDIT
Posted Nov 1, 2019
Harriet (2019) Martha K. Baker Cynthia Erivo becomes mighty in the role, singing and speechifying as she rises in glory. EDIT
Posted Oct 30, 2019
The Lighthouse (2019) Diane Carson Shocking and a lot of fun. EDIT
Posted Oct 29, 2019
The Current War (2017) Martha K. Baker The truly winning aspect of this film is Chung Hoon-Chung's cinematography. EDIT
Posted Oct 28, 2019
Dolor y gloria (2019) Diane Carson As always with Almodóvar's films, the art direction vibrantly expresses the environment for each scene, with credit to Maria Clara Notari's expressive design. EDIT
Posted Oct 25, 2019
Where's My Roy Cohn? (2019) Martha K. Baker An effective, dispiriting documentary. EDIT
Posted Oct 21, 2019
Fin de siglo (2019) Diane Carson Beautifully shot by cinematographer Bernat Mestres with a still camera and a leisurely pace. EDIT
Posted Oct 21, 2019
Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles (2019) Martha K. Baker Even if you don't like musicals but like documentaries, Fiddler has something to show you. EDIT
Posted Oct 10, 2019