The Brag

The Brag is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Cameron Williams, Manuela Lazic
Rating Title/Year Author
Under the Silver Lake (2018) Manuela Lazic Mitchell exhibits his disdain for meaning, knowledge and human beings (especially women) over more than two hours of faux postmodern intellectualism. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2018
A Quiet Place (2018) Manuela Lazic The best horror movies find inspiration in the limits of their hypothesis... and in its final moments, A Quiet Place both solves and acknowledges the latent goofiness of its premise. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2018
Unsane (2018) Manuela Lazic Unrelenting realism ends up tarnishing the film's moral righteousness by making its important but predictable provocations seem unnecessarily and unrewardingly direct. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2018
Mandy (2018) Manuela Lazic When body horror is so artful and justified, its silliness only makes it more uplifting. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Cameron Williams A spectacular display of monotony. EDIT
Posted Apr 30, 2018
Mute (2017) Cameron Williams Struggles in the shadow of its influences, however endearing they may be, and fails to leverage the sum of its parts into something worthwhile. EDIT
Posted Mar 1, 2018
Black Panther (2018) Cameron Williams Proves a Marvel film can aspire to be something more; it has political bite, emotional depth, ethical dilemmas, and regal jostling, but it still manages to maintain a bombastic comic book aesthetic that's spectacular. EDIT
Posted Feb 6, 2018
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) Cameron Williams Muddled by bombast, but it finds significance in the art of failure as a means to an end for a new beginning (again) for Star Wars. EDIT
Posted Dec 13, 2017