Sundays with Cate

Sundays with Cate is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer® when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Murtada Elfadl
Rating Title/Year Author
B Manifesto (2015) Murtada Elfadl If you want to watch 13 Cate Blanchetts coming at you at the same time, this is the movie for you. EDIT
Posted May 12, 2020
B+ The Aviator (2004) Murtada Elfadl What constitutes risk in acting? What Blanchett does here as Hepburn, daring to take on an icon in the same medium for which she was known and celebrated. EDIT
Posted May 11, 2020
C The Gift (2000) Murtada Elfadl Post Elizabeth, Cate Blanchett was trying to subvert expectations and to do something completely different. So she chose this gothic thriller from a director who is known for horror movies. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
B+ Little Fish (2005) Murtada Elfadl Cate Blanchett like you've never seen before, gritty and stripped down. Both in look and performance. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
B The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) Murtada Elfadl Expert voice work from Cate Blanchett, impeccable New Orleans accent, and a tired broken lilt later on indicating how old Daisy is. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
B Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Murtada Elfadl Taika Waititi's irreverent humor makes this film delightful with a tongue in cheek tone. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
B+ I'm Not There (2007) Murtada Elfadl Coming the same year as The Golden Age in which she played Elizabeth I, this proves Cate Blancheet's range and cements her reputation as the best of her generation. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
C Paradise Road (1997) Murtada Elfadl Never lifts off to anywhere that's profound or moving or interesting EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
B+ The Good German (2006) Murtada Elfadl Cate Blanchett's most underrated performance and the best she's looked on screen. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
A The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) Murtada Elfadl Definitely the best part Matt Damon's ever had and his best performance. It's also my favorite. EDIT
Posted May 1, 2020
B Elizabeth (1998) Murtada Elfadl The emotions are violent in Elizabeth. Everybody's emotions are at such a high level, unlike what we are used to seeing in dramas about British history. EDIT
Posted Apr 30, 2020