GeekRex

GeekRex is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Kyle Pinion
Rating Title/Year Author
Shazam! (2019) Kyle Pinion Shazam! is the humanist kind of blockbuster we see all too rarely nowadays EDIT
Posted Apr 3, 2019
Climax (2018) Kyle Pinion Once the film enters its inevitable Lord of the Flies territory... and the shock value enters its most absurd - we begin to wonder what we really learned at all EDIT
Posted Mar 14, 2019
Silence (2016) Kyle Pinion Silence is a wonder of a film...acting as an important piece of religious history and an engaging personal odyssey. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Paterson (2016) Kyle Pinion Like in real life, the smaller moments sometimes click and resonate long after its running time has past. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
A Cure for Wellness (2016) Kyle Pinion For a film that makes its enigmas so paramount, it's strange to see [A Cure For Wellness] treat its audience so disdainfully. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) Kyle Pinion John Wick: Chapter 2 is all about confidence, confidence in its concept, its own internal universe, and its lead. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
It Comes at Night (2017) Kyle Pinion Probably the closest we'll ever get to a filmed version of The Last of Us. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
The Florida Project (2017) Kyle Pinion A sumptuously shot, 35-mm experience that feels utterly lived-in and real, but never loses its cinematic verve; it's a film that will stay with you. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Suburbicon (2017) Kyle Pinion Surburbicon proves that sometimes scripts are shelved for a reason. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Wonderstruck (2017) Kyle Pinion Minor Haynes is still an interesting curio, particularly given the stylistic acumen on display, but it's easily his least effective film thus far. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
The Square (2017) Kyle Pinion This is a finely honed machine that hits a perfect blend of thoughtful and intellectual commentary, while also being impossible to pry your eyes away from, minute by minute. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Darkest Hour (2017) Kyle Pinion It's Churchill that keeps Darkest Hour just above par through Oldman's absolutely heavyweight performance EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
The Disaster Artist (2017) Kyle Pinion The finest film about Hollywood foibles since Ed Wood EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
The Shape of Water (2017) Kyle Pinion While it still falls short of his earlier triumphs, it's a step in the right direction for the Hollywood expansion of del Toro's unique vision EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Red Sparrow (2018) Kyle Pinion The film's moments of deeper introspection are really just all gloss. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Thoroughbreds (2017) Kyle Pinion It's a film filled with good ideas, and with just a little more judicious work, could have had something special and memorable. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Hotel Artemis (2018) Kyle Pinion Hotel Artemis would have been a fascinating short, but even at 90 minutes, it wears out its welcome far too quickly. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
The Meg (2018) Kyle Pinion It's clear The Meg has no idea what kind of movie it wanted to be, other than one that tried to appeal to a bunch of different demographics. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Mid90s (2018) Kyle Pinion You can tell Hill could craft an entertaining film in a mode he's comfortable with, but aiming for profundity finds his reach exceeding his grasp. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Searching (2018) Kyle Pinion As its run-time rolls on, it grows so head-smackingly stupid and trite, you'll wonder why you wasted the time at all. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Life Itself (2018) Kyle Pinion If you like This Is Us...just go watch that. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019
Colette (2018) Kyle Pinion Don't expect a reinvention within the genre, but it's a strikingly fascinating story and told pretty darn well. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2019