Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Ozus' World Movie Reviews is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Dennis Schwartz
Unsettling niche British horror film.
Posted Dec 11, 2018
Gothic horror pic that's all style and of little substance.
Posted Dec 10, 2018
As polemical as you would expect from the black political activist director.
Posted Dec 9, 2018
Don't Leave Home (2018)
I'd give it an A for effort and C for execution.
Posted Dec 8, 2018
Beautiful Boy (2018)
The story might be uplifting but the film itself is a bit of a drag.
Posted Dec 7, 2018
The Little Stranger (2018)
It's a curious atmospheric but flawed psychodrama.
Posted Dec 6, 2018
The Clovehitch Killer (2018)
Though bloodless it keeps you squirming in your seat.
Posted Dec 5, 2018
The Devil's Doorway (2018)
A chintzy found-footage occult/horror film lambasting the Catholic Church for its hypocrisy.
Posted Dec 4, 2018
Cold War (Zimna wojna) (2018)
Passionate and episodic love story between mismatched lovers who are meant for each other but that may not be enough.
Posted Dec 3, 2018
The ambitious documentary captures some small but significant moments in the black experience.
Posted Dec 2, 2018
The Ranger (2018)
The film rocks if you can chill with it.
Posted Dec 1, 2018
At Eternity's Gate (2018)
The performances are generally outstanding (Dafoe is at his best as Van Gogh).
Posted Nov 30, 2018
Last Vermont Christmas (2018)
It's about as deep as a Hallmark card.
Posted Nov 29, 2018
The unique, personal film is a truly remarkable one.
Posted Nov 28, 2018
Absorbing and erotic techno-thriller.
Posted Nov 27, 2018
It tells the tragic true story of a young Brazilian backpacker.
Posted Nov 26, 2018
Dark Money (2018)
Though it's uneven in its execution, its informative narrative however has an impact and is worth seeing.
Posted Nov 25, 2018
It should appeal especially to Jewish history buffs.
Posted Nov 24, 2018
Forgettable and underdeveloped.
Posted Nov 23, 2018
The Front Runner (2018)
A glib political drama.
Posted Nov 22, 2018
The Other Side of the Wind (2018)
It's a remarkable film, one that requires multiple viewings to be fully appreciated and understood for its satire.
Posted Nov 21, 2018
Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)
A film not only for children but for adults who are undemanding.
Posted Nov 20, 2018
Never Look Away (2018)
Posted Nov 20, 2018
22 July (2018)
A hard-hitting docudrama about the July 22, 2011 mass shooting in Norway.
Posted Nov 19, 2018
On Her Shoulders (2018)
The terrifying story of the strong-willed Nadia Murad, a 23-year-old Yazidi genocide and ISIS sexual slavery survivor.
Posted Nov 18, 2018
A Private War (2018)
Engaging real-life war drama.
Posted Nov 17, 2018
Becoming Cary Grant (2017)
The revealing film takes us on a penetrating inner trip of the star and his turmoil about who he really is.
Posted Nov 16, 2018
Zombie Strippers (2008)
More dead than undead.
Posted Nov 15, 2018
A crowd-pleasing violent urban heist drama that features tough women.
Posted Nov 14, 2018
Private Life (2018)
Despite its flaws it's a masterfully acted and a smart indie adult film, a mature comedy that rarely gets made anymore by the business-minded big studios.
Posted Nov 13, 2018
Gory escapist war film.
Posted Nov 12, 2018
The brilliant film chronicles a middle-class family in the 1970s.
Posted Nov 11, 2018
Shoplifters (Manbiki kazoku) (2018)
A heartfelt socially- conscious Naruse-like gentle family drama by the talented humanist Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Koreeda.
Posted Nov 10, 2018
Under the Tree (Undir trénu) (2018)
A well-made but too nasty for my taste Icelandic black comedy about a festering feud between neighbors over a tree.
Posted Nov 9, 2018
The police are viewed as the Dogs of the title.
Posted Nov 8, 2018
Burning (Beoning) (2018)
The New Romantic (2018)
This Canadian Nora Ephron-like rom-com aspires to explore the meaning of love but misses the target because it's not on point about carrying through on its cynicism.
Posted Nov 6, 2018
What They Had (2018)
I felt I did my due diligence to plow through it once, but would not see it again for all the free buttered popcorn in the world.
Posted Nov 5, 2018
Enticing wilderness survival thriller.
Posted Nov 4, 2018
A well-deserved love letter to master iconoclastic Swedish director Ingmar Bergman.
Posted Nov 3, 2018
The Citizen (Az Allampolgar) (2018)
Examines immigration from a humanistic point of view.
Posted Nov 2, 2018
Bonehill Road (2017)
Gory but suspenseful low-budget cultist indie lycan horror film.
Posted Nov 1, 2018
A pointless satire on high school coeds acting bitchy and hanging out in cliques.
Posted Oct 31, 2018
Stella's Last Weekend (2018)
An almost bearable indie slice of life dramedy.
Posted Oct 30, 2018
Border (Gräns) (2018)
It's a film of great breath and insights, one that makes you see beyond appearances to get a better understanding of people and the way they think.
Posted Oct 28, 2018
The Guilty (Den skyldige) (2018)
A satisfying inventive and gimmicky thriller.
Posted Oct 28, 2018
Hits you between the eyes with its primal witch entreaties.
Posted Oct 27, 2018
The Price of Everything (2018)
Takes a serious look at the contemporary art world and relates it to how the price of artwork keeps escalating.
Posted Oct 26, 2018
Less a scare film than a smart psychological drama on how to handle tragedy with compassion.
Posted Oct 25, 2018
The Transfiguration (2017)
The unique vampire film is one of the better modern-day ones.
Posted Oct 24, 2018