Quelle Movies

Quelle 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): Alejandro Turdo, Daniel Eagan, Raquel Stecher
Rating Title/Year Author
Wander Darkly (2020) Raquel Stecher mesmerizing... The way film pivots back and forth from reality to memory, often combining the two, is astonishingly good. EDIT
Posted Oct 21, 2020
The Fever and the Fret (2018) Raquel Stecher Directed and written by Cath Gulick, The Fever and the Fret is a powerful anti-bullying tale that isn't afraid to dive into the pain and the torment victims suffer... EDIT
Posted Oct 20, 2020
MLK/FBI (2020) Raquel Stecher MLK/FBI is a priceless documentary that sheds light on the past and serves as a warning for the future. EDIT
Posted Oct 20, 2020
El Prófugo (2020) Raquel Stecher a bizarre psychological thriller about the real effects of trauma. EDIT
Posted Oct 18, 2020
The Mole Agent (2020) Raquel Stecher The Mole Agent is an incredibly endearing if not heartbreaking film. EDIT
Posted Oct 17, 2020
Martin Margiela: In His Own Words (2019) Raquel Stecher Holzemer offers a compelling portrait of a creative genius who worked on his own terms and put everyone else out of fashion with his edgy and provocative designs. EDIT
Posted Oct 13, 2020
Summerland (2020) Raquel Stecher Summerland offers a youthful exploration of meaningful connections and self discovery. EDIT
Posted Oct 12, 2020
Spiral (2019) Raquel Stecher Get Out meets Rosemary's Baby, Spiral demonstrates the horrors of othering in a way that is both modern and classic. EDIT
Posted Sep 29, 2020
The Way I See It (2020) Raquel Stecher may be the most important documentary you'll see this year. It is heartbreaking and emotional in its nostalgia of an era that is quickly slipping away from our collective memory... will appeal more to viewers with liberal points of view EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2020
The Block Island Sound (2020) Raquel Stecher a seaside thriller that offers viewers plenty of mystery and a satisfyingly slow build. EDIT
Posted Sep 3, 2020
Feels Good Man (2020) Raquel Stecher Feels Good, Man is a riveting documentary that offers many insights into the dangers of internet culture. EDIT
Posted Aug 30, 2020
La llorona (2019) Raquel Stecher Director Jayro Bustamante offers a compelling and terrifying twist on the popular legend of La Llorona EDIT
Posted Aug 13, 2020
The Beach House (2019) Raquel Stecher The Beach House is an infectious genre film that will linger long after the credits have rolled. EDIT
Posted Jul 30, 2020
7/10 Toss It (2019) Alejandro Turdo Toss It works best as a layered story disguised as an anti-romantic comedy. A dark approach at middle-aged single people in current times. You won't get a straight answer. Instead, different points of view on the subject matter unveil. EDIT
Posted Jul 26, 2020
8/10 Fame-ish (2020) Alejandro Turdo Writer, director, voice talent and actor Jeff Nimoy decided to make his feature debut a Rom-Com in an actual anime-con. Fame-ish becomes as meta as it gets and ventures into nerd territory with some entertaining screwball extravaganza. EDIT
Posted Jul 17, 2020
7/10 The Dragonfly Conspiracy (2020) Alejandro Turdo Veteran indie filmmaker Brian Neil Hoff cooked up a simple but smart found footage flick with his latest feature The Dragonfly Conspiracy (2019). Shot as an almost guerrilla style kind of movie. EDIT
Posted Jul 6, 2020
John Lewis: Good Trouble (2020) Raquel Stecher John Lewis: Good Trouble serves as a much needed call-to-action during troubling times. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2020
Return to Hardwick (2019) Raquel Stecher is a loving tribute to one of the most extraordinary strategic bomb units of WWII... time capsule EDIT
Posted Jun 20, 2020
6/10 My Stretch of Texas Ground (2019) Alejandro Turdo My Stretch of Texas Ground is an efective action drama -with an occasional campy flavour- that merges the angst of the evergoing war on terrorism with present-day collateral trumpesque politics. EDIT
Posted Jun 17, 2020
6/10 Burning Dog (2019) Alejandro Turdo Trey Batchelor's directorial debut tmixes a wide array of genres such as action, comedy, buddy cop movies, criminal heist and double crossing scenarios with their matching tropes, resulting in quite a particular and unorthodox blend on screen. EDIT
Posted Jun 13, 2020
Out of My Head (2017) Raquel Stecher Out of My Head cracks open the mystery behind migraines and gives those with this condition a voice. EDIT
Posted Jun 7, 2020
And We Go Green (2019) Raquel Stecher And We Go Green legitimizes a growing environmentally minded faction of an otherwise unsustainable sport. EDIT
Posted Jun 4, 2020
Working Man (2019) Raquel Stecher a small film with a big message. EDIT
Posted Jun 2, 2020
Shadows of Freedom (2020) Raquel Stecher informative and enlightening but doesn't offer anything beyond the usual documentary fare. EDIT
Posted May 23, 2020
Our Mothers (2019) Raquel Stecher channels the grief of a hurting nation. EDIT
Posted May 21, 2020
8/10 Chameleon (2019) Alejandro Turdo Chameleon's non-linear narrative and slow-paced rythm turns a small crime story into a though-provoking piece that earns some unexpected and well deserved rewatchability value. EDIT
Posted May 19, 2020
Phoenix, Oregon (2019) Raquel Stecher a heartfelt exploration of self-reinvention, friendship and love. EDIT
Posted May 17, 2020
The Wolf House (2018) Raquel Stecher Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña's The Wolf House/La casa lobo features mesmerizing stop animation and constantly shifting imagery to illustrate the pain of extreme isolation... an impressive feat. EDIT
Posted May 15, 2020
Shoot to Marry (2020) Raquel Stecher Shoot to Marry is a heartfelt documentary that is equal parts introspective, quirky, funny, sad and joyful. EDIT
Posted May 14, 2020
6/10 The Bellmen (2020) Alejandro Turdo The Bellmen's comedy riff and deadpan humor follows the beat of its own drum. It might not be everybody's cup of tea, but it sure benefits from a troupe of charming characters and the absurdity of its plot. EDIT
Posted May 9, 2020
CRSHD (2019) Raquel Stecher a quirky and authentic coming-of-age story that speaks directly to social media savvy youth. EDIT
Posted May 7, 2020
Bull (2019) Raquel Stecher a meandering drama that explores the pains of self-destruction EDIT
Posted May 5, 2020
7/10 Love is not Love (2020) Alejandro Turdo Love is Not Love delivers particular mix of Woody Allen's vibe and a stripped flare for the theatrics, over a solemn black and white palette that keeps us from getting distracted with any other vain and superfluous stimulus. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2020
A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps (2019) Raquel Stecher a soup to nuts exploration of the history of this government sponsored volunteer program from 1961 to present day. EDIT
Posted May 2, 2020
9/10 Champs (2015) Alejandro Turdo Supported by Tyson, Hopkins and Holyfield's personal journey, Champs delivers a deep analysis of boxing not only as a sport but also as a key social element of the American culture and its desperate need for improvement. EDIT
Posted Apr 30, 2020
Vanilla (2019) Raquel Stecher a sweet and quirky comedy EDIT
Posted Apr 28, 2020
8/10 What We Started (2017) Alejandro Turdo What We Started displays a particular ability to tell a thorough and solid chronicle of EDM's journey that entices both the fan and the non-initiated. EDIT
Posted Apr 27, 2020
She's Allergic to Cats (2016) Raquel Stecher She's Allergic to Cats is a lo-fi, out of its gourd, tragicomedy... Audiences who love weird and wacky films will want to check this one out. You really have to have a bit of patience with this one and just go with the flow. EDIT
Posted Apr 25, 2020
The Longest War (2020) Raquel Stecher This film leaves no stone unturned in the quest educate its viewers about Afghanistan and U.S. relations. EDIT
Posted Apr 20, 2020
() Raquel Stecher effectively demonstrates the struggle these women face to live within the confines of their strictly gendered upbringing while also seeking independence through their respective careers. The documentary felt uneven at times EDIT
Posted Apr 5, 2020
I Will Make You Mine (2020) Raquel Stecher a beautifully sensitive and lyrical film. EDIT
Posted Apr 5, 2020
Lapsis (2020) Raquel Stecher as far as science fiction films go, this one was fairly enjoyable and offers just the right insight into the human condition. EDIT
Posted Apr 2, 2020
My Darling Vivian (2020) Raquel Stecher My Darling Vivian is a well-rounded and fairly intimate film about a misunderstood woman. EDIT
Posted Apr 2, 2020
Beautiful Something Left Behind (2020) Raquel Stecher An Elephant in the Room is a sensitive and enlightening look at what it means for a child to grieve the loss of a parent. The film is effective in its simplicity. EDIT
Posted Mar 28, 2020
The Donut King (2020) Raquel Stecher The Donut King is a wild ride. If you watch this film and don't immediately crave a donut, something is wrong with you. The biggest takeaway, however, is Ngoy's journey as an immigrant forging a path for himself in America and helping others do the same. EDIT
Posted Mar 27, 2020
Union (2018) Raquel Stecher Civil War enthusiasts will be drawn to the level of detail that goes into the reenactments... [others] will be drawn to the unconventional love story. EDIT
Posted Mar 25, 2020
I'll Meet You There (2020) Raquel Stecher a moving portrayal of a family trying to reconnect with each other. EDIT
Posted Mar 20, 2020
Blood on Her Name (2019) Raquel Stecher sharply focused thriller... The main character's ambiguity is the biggest draw. Is she a victim or a villain? We don't really know and Bethany Anne Lind does a great job at keeping the audience guessing. EDIT
Posted Mar 13, 2020
Corpus Christi (2019) Raquel Stecher Corpus Christi is simply brilliant. EDIT
Posted Feb 6, 2020
() Raquel Stecher captures the social turmoil of a country in flux through its focus on the absurd actions of a microcosm of its upper middle class culture. EDIT
Posted Jan 30, 2020