Nathan Heller Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Nathan Heller

Nathan Heller
Nathan Heller's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Slate, Vogue

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
93% The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019) The film captures the experience of displacement, of travelling among spheres in which you have increasingly little say or stake and trying to blend in.‐ New Yorker
Read More | Posted Jun 7, 2019
5% The Color of Time (2014) The Color of Time... is the bad chapbook poetry of movies: uncontrolled, gratuitously moody, missing its own point.‐ Vogue
Read More | Posted Apr 26, 2017
76% Rosewater (2014) The story is good, and Stewart lays it out engagingly, with a sharp eye for pacing and a light touch on the diplomatic complexities involved.‐ Vogue
Read More | Posted Apr 26, 2017
93% Le passé (The Past) (2013) A beautifully generous and emotionally wrenching French movie by the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi‐ Vogue
Read More | Posted Oct 3, 2016
86% Regarding Susan Sontag (2014) As Kates's documentary makes clear, few authors seized as fully the range of experience, intellectual and physical, that the writing life allowed, and used it to help with the crucial naming of their world.‐ Vogue
Read More | Posted Sep 27, 2016
31% The Vow (2012) After a cringe-worthy first third, The Vow does manage to hit a decent rom-com stride, exploring the sheer arbitrariness of self-realization.‐ Vogue
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2016
88% In Darkness (2012) In Darkness's genius is to treat the dimness of the sewers and the darkness of the movie house as one; emerging into our world when the credits start to roll, we feel reborn.‐ Vogue
Read More | Posted Sep 26, 2016
49% Super (2011) As a movie, Super is unfocused and bafflingly inconsistent. It is also the most genuinely surprising new release I've seen in a long time.‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Apr 4, 2011
99% Bill Cunningham New York (2011) Using the low-key approach that shapes Cunningham's column, Press works up a portrait that's as raw, gentle, funny, and -- in the end -- irresistible as the pictures themselves. ‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Mar 21, 2011