Independent (UK) - Rotten Tomatoes

Independent (UK)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
2
3
3/5
4
2/5
5
6
4/5
7
Big Nothing (2007)
8
9
All Stars (2013)
10
3/5
Becoming (2020)
11
12
2/5
13
The film has a mesmerisingly vivid things-just-happen feel to it.
Posted Apr 30, 2020
14
15
Stands up pretty well as a celebration of Dury.
Posted Apr 28, 2020
16
2/5
Extraction (2020)
It's a vision of foreign brutality treated as wholly interchangeable, without the weight of political or social consciousness.
Posted Apr 22, 2020
17
4/5
18
3/5
19
4/5
For [director Haifaa al-Mansour], it's ... an opportunity to reflect on the progress made in Saudi Arabia by courageous women just like her.
Posted Mar 31, 2020
20
4/5
Vivarium (2020)
Vivarium imagines the horror of being trapped inside your own home. What a concept!
Posted Mar 31, 2020
21
3/5
It's less a faithful translation of an animated classic than a nostalgic throwback to the era of Babe and Homeward Bound.
Posted Mar 31, 2020
22
3/5
Fire Will Come ends with the haunting image of a half-starved horse wandering across a charred landscape. But its presence feels like a mystery.
Posted Mar 22, 2020
23
4/5
[Catherine] Deneuve brings plenty of Gallic charm and wit to the table, though the film's concerns are still strictly [Hirokazu] Kore-eda's.
Posted Mar 22, 2020
24
2/5
No amount of added context can override the feeling that the Jesus was never meant to be more than a one-joke character.
Posted Mar 22, 2020
25
5/5
Levan Akin's And Then We Danced is giddy with the pleasures of first love -- how it pulsates through the body and mind.
Posted Mar 22, 2020
26
1/5
The Hunt (2020)
No one could possibly be offended by The Hunt, because that would require it to contain at least one comprehensible idea.
Posted Mar 22, 2020
27
3/5
Misbehaviour (2020)
The film's failures are ... a timely reminder that feminist filmmaking can only be effective when it's truly intersectional.
Posted Mar 22, 2020
28
5/5
If.... (1968)
29
30
4/5
31
4/5
Lost Lives (2019)
32
3/5
Escape from Pretoria never dares to imagine what lies beyond the prison walls.
Posted Mar 5, 2020
33
4/5
34
4/5
35
3/5
[Military Wives is] twee and cheerful without disrespecting the lived experiences it seeks to make light entertainment out of.
Posted Mar 4, 2020
36
2/5
File this one away next to the live-action Alvin and the Chipmunks, the live-action Yogi Bear, and the live-action Rocky and Bullwinkle. It's nothing we haven't seen before.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
37
3/5
At a time where cynicism reigns, it's refreshing to call back to the simple thrills of venturing into the unknown -- CGI pups at your side or not.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
38
3/5
Like a Boss (2020)
Like a Boss is another perfectly pleasant, mid-tier comedy doomed to be forgotten, if not for the fact it features the potential birth of the next great comedy duo: Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
39
4/5
Onward (2020)
Everyone knew there'd be high expectations when it came to Onward. But it's comforting just to see Pixar do what Pixar does best.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
40
3/5
A little of Lara Jean's own timidity may have rubbed off on To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You, but the sequel still stands tall among its romcom peers.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
41
3/5
Downhill (2020)
It's funny, but aggressively simplified, like swapping out a roquefort for a pack of Dairylea Dunkers.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
42
4/5
Director Justin Kurzel ... here returns to what he does best: sparse, violent and hallucinatory visions of mankind's unchecked rage.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
43
4/5
This is a smart, highly original piece of horror... it's light years away from Cruise bouncing around in zero-gravity during some heavily CGI-ed plane crash.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
44
4/5
Dark Waters (2019)
In Dark Waters, [Todd Haynes] bathes his audience in pure terror like very few other directors could.
Posted Feb 28, 2020
45
DAU. Natasha (2020)
46
My Boy Jack (2007)
47
My Boy Jack (2007)
48
2/5
Minamata (2020)
49
50
1/5
Greed (2020)