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Rachel West

Rachel West
Rachel West's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): That Shelf

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
9% Artemis Fowl (2020) Twelve minutes into the movie, Colin Farrell gets into a helicopter and flies away and, in retrospect, we can't blame him because it's really all downhill from there.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Jun 13, 2020
No Score Yet All About Who You Know (2019) A rom-com that subverts genre standards and delivers a love letter to film and cinephiles is one of the most enjoyable Canadian romances since The F Word‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted May 13, 2020
91% The Invisible Man (2020) Buckle up for a wild cinematic ride that goes beyond the "is she or isn't she crazy?" premise thanks to a brilliant performance by Elisabeth Moss.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Feb 29, 2020
74% The Lodge (2020) A disturbing and bone-chilling atmospheric horror from the directors of Goodnight Mommy that will leave viewers divided.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Feb 20, 2020
75% The Gentlemen (2020) While there never seems to be enough thrills or mystery, Guy Ritchie's most-recent crime caper is never dull thanks to a great cast and ludicrous story.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Jan 29, 2020
29% Gossip (2000) Replace the flip phones with iPhones, the word-of-mouth hallway gossip with retweets, and the salacious storyline could work just as well for today's audience.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
23% The Kitchen (2019) The Kitchen is a half-cooked crime drama that never quite rises to the occasion.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
53% Guns Akimbo (2020) Guns Akimbo offers is video game-stylized violence mixed with adolescent slapstick humour and a lazy commentary on online addiction.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
98% Extra Ordinary (2020) There's little gore, lots of puking, and plenty of endearing moments in the odd yet likeable Extra Ordinary.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
73% The Soul Collector (2020) Though 8 lacks genre tropes and instead unfolds like a mysterious puzzle, the film fails to deliver on some of the story's more horrific elements.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
C+ No Score Yet The Assent (2019) While the film follows the standard exorcism execution, there's enough here to offer a fresh look at the genre with some jump scares along the way.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
B+ 86% Come to Daddy (2020) Ant Timpson's debut feature Come To Daddy is a weird and wild ride, full of surprises and a superb performance from star Elijah Wood.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
D 50% Earthquake Bird (2019) Earthquake Bird meanders through its plot points in a narrative that feels lost in translation.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
F 20% Cats (2019) The most shocking thing about Cats is that it's somehow worse than you imagined it could ever be. ‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Dec 31, 2019
64% Paradise Hills (2019) There are some unnerving tricks at play here that should please those weaned on Labyrinth and The Never Ending Story.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Oct 25, 2019
46% Dumbo (2019) It's just a shame these two halves of a film, each with their own potential, never fully meld into one entertaining story for kids or adults.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Jul 23, 2019
93% Us (2019) Peele's sophomore horror flick brings both the bloodshed and surprising humour to the table, but it never quite reaches the heights of his first feature.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Jul 23, 2019
57% The Highwaymen (2019) Above all, what The Highwaymen is not is the Bonnie and Clyde story, shifting the focus in a way that proves unsatisfying.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Jul 23, 2019
90% Arctic (2019) It's a tale we've seen before but Mikkelsen imbues it with something entirely new.‐ That Shelf
Read More | Posted Jul 23, 2019