Cinemablographer

Cinemablographer is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Pat Mullen
Rating Title/Year Author
The Go-Getters (2018) Pat Mullen [T]urns milquetoast Canada on its head and finds the humour in the black-hearted reality of our self-centred buck-a-beer culture. EDIT
Posted Jun 28, 2019
Wild Nights With Emily (2018) Pat Mullen Wild Nights With Emily is revisionist history played to the hilt. T EDIT
Posted Jun 10, 2019
Mouthpiece (2018) Pat Mullen Mouthpiece is a risk that pays huge dividends as it fully realizes one woman's interior life and struggles EDIT
Posted Jun 10, 2019
Blind Spot (1947) Pat Mullen We're invested in these characters from the moment we meet them, and the full-throttle conviction of the ensemble ensures that every performance is rife with real, tangible, human emotions. EDIT
Posted Jun 3, 2019
All I See Is You (2016) Pat Mullen A stronger actor with better screen presence might have exploded the film's commentary on toxic masculinity, so Clarke's wishy-washy loser makes the drama intermittently dull. EDIT
Posted Jun 3, 2019
Who We Are Now (2017) Pat Mullen What a treat it is to see a character actor find a great a lead role and dive into it. EDIT
Posted Jun 2, 2019
Drei Zinnen (2017) Pat Mullen Whatever you do, don't forget to breathe. EDIT
Posted Jun 2, 2019
Photograph (2019) Pat Mullen Sparks don't fly in Photograph as Batra delivers a slow burn of a love story, something that simmers up from within and warms the heart as the romance between Rafi and Miloni takes form like the pictures on one of Rafi's Polaroids. EDIT
Posted May 31, 2019
Adrift (2018) Pat Mullen True stories like these often elevate adventures since one knows that the heroes weathered the storm. Don't do any reading beforehand and go into Adrift blind. EDIT
Posted May 28, 2019
Angels Are Made of Light (2018) Pat Mullen The film is almost emotionally exhausting as it honours the children's stories and reflects their daily lives. EDIT
Posted May 22, 2019
Mary Goes Round (2017) Pat Mullen Mary Goes Round dares audiences to cast judgement on anyone wrestling with such personal demons. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Climax (2018) Pat Mullen I actually loved nearly 30 minutes of it, which is more than I can say for the rest of Noé's filmography combined. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
La chute de l'empire Américain (2018) Pat Mullen The film sees Arcand in his element crafting deliciously literary characters well-versed in philosophy and pop culture arcana. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Family First (2018) Pat Mullen Chien de garde is virtually all about Pellerin's performance as he unleashes a bold dramatic energy that takes hold of the camera and never lets go of it. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Les affamés (2017) Pat Mullen Don't forget to breathe while diving into this fable of cultural survival. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Into Invisible Light (1970) Pat Mullen While Dale brings many scenes to life, the film ultimately suffers from a listless, often meandering storyline as Helena searches for meaning and fulfillment in her life. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Giant Little Ones (2018) Pat Mullen The film never puts a label on Franky's identity ... and embraces the element of fluidity that lets Franky evolve over time, like a flare navigating its course, waiting to burst and proclaim itself when the time is right. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Falls Around Her (2018) Pat Mullen Cardinal delivers in every frame of Falls Around Her by creating a layered, soulful, and lived-in performance. EDIT
Posted May 20, 2019
Freaks (2018) Pat Mullen As an exercise in innovative, low-budget filmmaking, Freaks impresses by creating a menacing world that is rooted in reality. It's strange, yet familiar, as Chloe wrestles with her desire to be part of a community when she doesn't fit in. EDIT
Posted May 15, 2019
Diane (2018) Pat Mullen The film's existential questions ultimately inspire one to sit up in the movie theatre and wonder, "Why am I here?" EDIT
Posted May 12, 2019
Répertoire des villes disparues (2019) Pat Mullen Ghost Town Anthology might be Côté's best film yet, and I say this as a passionate fan. It's a stripped down horror flick that sends shivers to the bone like a winter chill on a February day. EDIT
Posted May 10, 2019
Genèse (2018) Pat Mullen While it's exciting to witness a new auteur director like Lesage come into his own with Genesis, the film is especially memorable for Pellerin's captivating performance. EDIT
Posted May 10, 2019
Fausto (2018) Pat Mullen Demanding, frustrating, fascinating, and rewarding, Fausto is a richly dense exercise in active viewing. EDIT
Posted May 10, 2019
The Grizzlies (2018) Pat Mullen The fearless and inspiring The Grizzlies gives Canadian film the great sports drama that has long eluded it. EDIT
Posted May 10, 2019
Double Lives (2018) Pat Mullen While Summer Hours considers how one values art and how the love for art changes from generation to generation, Non-Fiction looks at the elements of art imitating life that enrich culture and our everyday experiences. EDIT
Posted May 10, 2019