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Rating Title/Year Author
3.25/5 John Lewis: Good Trouble (2020) Cameron Meier Porter's doc doesn't exactly redefine the genre, but it does a decent job of reintroducing us to Lewis, who, at 80 years of age and ill from pancreatic cancer, is approaching the end of a long and mighty life. EDIT
Posted Jul 12, 2020
3.25/5 My Darling Vivian (2020) Cameron Meier The film's honesty and integrity are palpable because the director has picked the perfect interviewees to tell this long-delayed tale. EDIT
Posted Jun 17, 2020
1.5/5 The Dalai Lama: Scientist (2019) Cameron Meier The movie has value for philosophers and scientists, [but it's] dry as cosmic dust. EDIT
Posted Apr 17, 2020
1.5/5 Greed (2019) Cameron Meier To lampoon vulgar, selfish billionaires by simply showing us 104 minutes of vulgar, selfish billionaires is unimaginative, misguided and needlessly unpleasant. EDIT
Posted Mar 7, 2020
3.25/5 The Invisible Man (2020) Cameron Meier [Moss] is the heart of this story, which combines ... paranoia, mental illness, female empowerment and domestic abuse into a tale that - unlike Cecilia's abusive boyfriend - never overstays its welcome. EDIT
Posted Mar 3, 2020
2/5 The Assistant (2019) Cameron Meier Weinstein and his ilk deserve what Roger Ailes got in Bombshell, and then some. Regrettably, you won't find that in this film [which] is emotionally muted and stretched thin. EDIT
Posted Jan 30, 2020
1.75/5 The Song of Names (2019) Cameron Meier Martin is passionate about finding his adopted brother, but that passion never translates to the screen, as the actors have little chemistry and the time-jumping structure robs the story of its emotional punch. EDIT
Posted Jan 17, 2020
2.75/5 Just Mercy (2019) Cameron Meier Just Mercy sometimes seems too pat, too familiar. Unfortunately, we've seen all this before. But that's not so much a fault of the film as a fault of the American justice system, which keeps killing mockingbirds. EDIT
Posted Jan 15, 2020
0.5/5 Like a Boss (2020) Cameron Meier Like a Boss is the worst thing to happen to the cosmetics industry since skin rashes. EDIT
Posted Jan 12, 2020
2.25/5 Little Women (2019) Cameron Meier It's a noble but misguided effort, as the muddled story never congeals. Further, thanks to the frenetic and odd juxtaposition of vignettes, we're robbed of our chance to truly understand the lives of the March sisters. EDIT
Posted Jan 9, 2020
1.5/5 Mary Queen of Scots (2018) Cameron Meier Mary, Mary, quite contrary, what does your movie show? Historical inaccuracies, an overstuffed story and a director not in the know. EDIT
Posted Jan 8, 2020
3.75/5 Peterloo (2018) Cameron Meier From the thick dialects of northern England, to the period garb, to the poverty-strewn faces of the old women barking half a dozen eggs for a "penny farthing" in the market, Peterloo weaves a rich tapestry. EDIT
Posted Jan 8, 2020
4.25/5 Hereditary (2018) Cameron Meier The film successfully invokes true terror that lingers long after the projector flickers dark. EDIT
Posted Jan 8, 2020
1/5 High Life (2018) Cameron Meier It's an interesting premise, but the structural flaws and unlikable screenplay put to waste the attractive production design. EDIT
Posted Jan 7, 2020
3.5/5 Dolor y gloria (2019) Cameron Meier Banderas ... is consistently good at conveying vulnerability, but he takes it to another level here, delivering a performance that captures the exhaustion and frustration of a full life. EDIT
Posted Jan 7, 2020
4.25/5 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) Cameron Meier Powerful entertainment on an enormous scale, it's the most emotionally resonant Star Wars movie since Return of the Jedi in 1983. EDIT
Posted Jan 7, 2020