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David Wilson

David Wilson
David Wilson's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Sight and Sound, Monthly Film Bulletin

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
88% The Chase (1966) Hysterical, extravagant, preposterous... Yet through all the Wagnerian excesses of the film, one can't help remembering the real events of this summer in Texas.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Apr 2, 2020
67% Hell in the Pacific (1968) The symbolism is at once too vague and too facile to provide any indication of just what the message is supposed to be. Still, the basic idea is intriguing, even if its logic won't bear much examination.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Mar 31, 2020
No Score Yet Ten Thousand Suns (1967) This oblique method, the recurring alternation of movement and stillness, the formal geometry of space, time and people, is no mere stylistic indulgence.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Mar 18, 2020
No Score Yet État de Siège (State of Siege) (1972) Characteristically, Costa-Gavras is unable to resist the opportunist tricks of the skilled exponent of political melodrama.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Mar 18, 2020
80% Family Life (1971) Family Life is a lot more 'real' than the overrated Kes; but a film which has prejudice as its theme doesn't gain from playing on the prejudices of its audience.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Feb 11, 2020
94% In the Heat of the Night (1967) This is an uncommonly alive little thriller, knowing just what it wants to do and doing it well.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Feb 5, 2020
90% The Last Emperor (1987) Not for the first time in Bertolucci's work, the parts do not quite build into a whole, even when that whole is built on shifting perspectives. But they are magnificent.‐ Sight and Sound
Read More | Posted Jan 27, 2020
90% Persona (1966) Certainly Persona is Bergman's most concentrated work, in a sense a summation of the themes dominant in most of his previous films; and it is undeniably a difficult film, if only because it leaves itself open to so many interpretations.‐ Monthly Film Bulletin
Read More | Posted Feb 7, 2018