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Qnews is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Peter Gray
Rating Title/Year Author
Tully (2018) Peter Gray Tully benefits from [Diablo Cody's] razor sharp wit as it manages to place a humorous filter on the trials and tribulations of motherhood. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
Ideal Home (2018) Peter Gray May not be groundbreaking queer cinema but it's a meaningful and genuinely hilarious movie-going experience that caters to a wide audience despite its colourful mentality. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
Disobedience (2017) Peter Gray Never seeks to condemn the orthodoxy of faith either, rather there's a recognition of its own values, and its ultimate message on the frailties of free will results in a film that is challenging, engaging and affecting. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
Mary Shelley (2017) Peter Gray Though the film left me wanting more, the decision to scale back on the horror elements may prove wise to particular audiences who seek to find fascination in a strong literary figure without being subjected to the terror she created. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
Thelma (2017) Peter Gray At once a haunting drama, a delicate love story, and a supernatural horror film, Thelma is a captivating picture that burns slow and leaves a lasting mark when pressed. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
The Breaker Upperers (2018) Peter Gray In a time when female filmmakers are at the lowest end of industry statistics, The Breaker Upperers deserves attention on principle alone with [Jackie] van Beek and [Madeleine] Sami proving how gracefully the heavy lifting of constructing a film can be. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
The Wife (2017) Peter Gray As competently handled as Bjorn Runge's The Wife is, the film ultimately succeeds off the back of Glenn Close's central performance, with the actress delivering one of the finest of her career. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
Crazy Rich Asians (2018) Peter Gray May have a familiar base but there's a fresh gloss that's been applied that allows Jon M. Chu's comedy to reign as a new wave for a genre that too often settles for mediocrity. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
Isn't It Romantic (2019) Peter Gray One of the better example of the genre, and it helps that its cast are all wholly capable of both playing to and against the stereotypes. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019
1985 (2018) Peter Gray A quiet, heartbreaking film that never overdoes the melodramatic trappings of its story. EDIT
Posted May 4, 2019