Gay Times

Gay Times is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s):
Rating Title/Year Author
4/5 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) Jamie Neish It's shot in such a kinetic way that throws the audience headfirst into the action, hurling them around at a pace that barely lets up. It's striking, but never in a way that takes away from the personal narrative. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
3/5 The Edge of Seventeen (2016) Jamie Neish Comparisons to Easy A are expected. And while The Edge of Seventeen doesn't quite reach the heights of the film that launched Emma Stone into the stratosphere, it is a superior teen comedy that manages to be somber when it needs to be. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
4/5 Moana (2016) Jamie Neish It's vibrant and fun, familiar but not overly so. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
5/5 Arrival (2016) Jamie Neish One of the most thought-provoking and smart sci-fi films for years. But what really sets it apart from the rest, is both its endlessly captivating visuals and how invested it is in addressing real topics that come from a place of truth and humanity. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
4/5 American Honey (2016) Jamie Neish It's a hazy, exhilarating slice of fly-on-the-fall, almost documentary-like cinema that's captured so beautifully by [director of photography] Robbie Ryan. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
3/5 The Girl on the Train (2016) Jamie Neish As average as this adaptation can be, there's a prickliness bubbling underneath the somber surface that pierces through every now and then, and Blunt's performance, while not as Oscar-worthy as some had hoped, is intriguing to watch. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
3/5 The Magnificent Seven (2016) Jamie Neish But instead of taking a solid story and doing something modern with it, this version is instead a plodding western that's slick on the eye, yet easily forgettable. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
4/5 Deepwater Horizon (2016) Jamie Neish It's action-heavy like any disaster film, sure, but there's a unexpected tenderness to it, beautifully captured by Rodriquez' vulnerable performance, that means it's more than mere popcorn entertainment. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
4/5 Blair Witch (2016) Jamie Neish Blair Witch is decent and at times very creepy, both as a standalone horror and follow-up to one of the most successful films of all time. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
4/5 Julieta (2016) Jamie Neish Julieta is beautiful and captivating; weighted by intrigue as opposed to being propelled by high melodrama. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
3/5 Lights Out (2016) Jamie Neish An effective debut that's scariest when it's stripped back and focused on making you nervous of the next time you have to switch the lights off. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018
3/5 Nerve (2016) Jamie Neish Much of the film's pleasure rests in the hands of Roberts and Franco, who prove to be a charming double-act, much better together than are apart. EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2018