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Rating Movie Review Critic
5/5 The Vast of Night "The proverbial needle of its excitement amplification lands on a very nifty word: TINGLES."

Posted May 31, 2020 10:05 PM UTC

Don Shanahan
Every Movie Has a Lesson

2/4 The High Note "The Flat Note"

Posted May 31, 2020 7:05 PM UTC

Jeff Mitchell
Art House Film Wire

2.5/5 The High Note "Like Ganatra's "Late Night," the visually-sharp film assumes merely having women in leading roles is a sufficient substitute for a script that has them do much of note."

Posted May 31, 2020 6:05 PM UTC

Edwin Arnaudin
Asheville Movies

4/5 Around the World When You Were My Age (A volta ao mundo quando tinhas 30 anos) "Koretzky honours her father's spirit through film's scruffiness, rather than allowing the rotate and crop imperative of digital photography to excise such imperfections."

Posted May 31, 2020 6:05 PM UTC

PJ Nabarro
One Room With A View

12/20 Proxima " ...does make one think very briefly about the gender inequalities of science and space travel but there isn't enough substance here for a long-haul mission."

Posted May 31, 2020 6:05 PM UTC

Julian Wood
FILMINK (Australia)

The Grey Fox "The dialogue ranges from drolly blunt ("I robbed stagecoaches" is as succinct yet encompassing a line as, "We rob banks") to painterly and colorful ("I'm just not cut out for work that's planned by other hands")."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

The Vast of Night "...a breathtakingly accomplished and singular debut."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

On the Record "On the Record recognizes and reminds us that the true loss we're made aware of by #MeToo isn't the careers of famous men cut short by accusations, it's the careers and contributions of the many, many women whose names we may never know."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

Dear Diary (Caro diario) "Caro diario is as much a guided tour of Italy as it is of a man's minor midlife crisis."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

That Most Important Thing: Love (L'important c'est d'aimer) "Accompanied by an insistent, sinister score, its depiction of bohemian excess and depravity in the arts community betrays a conservative streak not unlike that found in slasher flicks."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

Cesar and Rosalie "C├ęsar and Rosalie is a delightful watch all around."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

Les Choses de la Vie "...there's plenty to enjoy, not least of which the multiple tense car scenes ... and the impressive stunt driving."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

Mysteries of Lisbon "No space in the frame-indeed, no second in Mysteries of Lisbon's very long runtime-is wasted."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

Military Wives "Military Wives has heartwarming moments of bonding, heartbreaking depictions of loss and more than a couple scenes perfectly calibrated to produce tears."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy "...by one measure, I can consider it a success: I bought one of Kennedy's books the very next day."

Posted May 31, 2020 12:05 PM UTC

David Bax
Battleship Pretension

3.5/5 Star Trek Beyond "An admirably modest, more character-driven Trek movie, Star Trek Beyond foregrounds its characters and emotions over grandstanding action sequences - most of the time, anyway."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

3/5 Star Trek Into Darkness "Star Trek Into Darkness is a complacent sequel that's overly indebted to one of Trek's better offerings, but still moderately entertaining as a kinetic sci-fi action rollercoaster ride."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

4/5 Star Trek "Without a whiff of calculated cynicism, Star Trek '09 gives the series a much-needed adrenaline injection, while retaining the heart and pathos which has defined it since the beginning."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

2.5/5 Star Trek - Nemesis "A flat farewell to the Next Generation crew, Nemesis is a wheel-spinning brand extension exercise bereft of anything beyond generic space-faring hooey."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

2.5/5 Star Trek: Insurrection "Star Trek: Insurrection might've worked as a double episode of the series, but as a big-budget movie, it can't help but feel dispiritingly low-effort. At least we get to see Picard rocking a leather jacket number, though."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

4/5 Star Trek: First Contact "At once hopeful and dark, First Contact is a rousing space opera with terrific characterisation, performances, and surprisingly well-aged visual effects."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

2.5/5 Star Trek Generations "Though not the worst of all the Trek movies, the stupefying Generations is easily the most disappointing, with the much-hyped Kirk-Picard team-up lasting all of 20 minutes."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

3.5/5 Star Trek VI - The Undiscovered Country "An affecting farewell to the original Enterprise crew and a welcome return to form after the disappointing fifth film, The Undiscovered Country is as fun and creative as it is dramatically compelling."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

2.5/5 Star Trek V - The Final Frontier "Without question the most pedestrian of all the Trek movies, The Final Frontier is a watchable yet frustratingly wrong-footed, forgettable effort."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth

2.5/5 Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home "As much a passionate, heavy-handed environmental screed as it is a flighty space opera, The Voyage Home can't ever quite reconcile its disparate moods and ideas into a holistic experience."

Posted May 31, 2020 11:05 AM UTC

Shaun Munro
Flickering Myth