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Jacob Oller

Jacob Oller
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
90% Green Room (2016) Writer/Director Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room understands that DIY anarchist punk ethics are in constant danger from a systematic rule.‐ Film School Rejects
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96% Weiner (2016) The crew tackles the behind-the-scenes of a political family better than House of Cards, juggling intimacy and work's reality while each side jockeys for control.‐ Film School Rejects
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84% Detroit (2017) Its stumbles don't fully take away the film's potency, but they certainly showcase its missed opportunities.‐ Film School Rejects
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46% The Discovery (2017) The Discovery smooths over its loaded question with an unsatisfying route to an under-explored conclusion.‐ Film School Rejects
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66% Alien: Covenant (2017) Any movie that shoots James Franco into the endless void of space can't be completely bad.‐ Film School Rejects
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No Score Yet Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie (2017) Jeff Garlin's lethargic detective movie shows Netflix will buy any comedy zombie.‐ Film School Rejects
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67% Small Crimes (2017) Small Crimes is almost entirely hinged upon Coster-Waldau's beaten-dog performance of this down and out sadsack.‐ Film School Rejects
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88% Get Me Roger Stone (2017) Roger Stone's narcissistic villainy can't be addressed with this gawking doc.‐ Film School Rejects
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No Score Yet Mike Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes (2017) Soft-spoken and charming, Birbiglia owns his niche as a comedian-storyteller.‐ Film School Rejects
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49% War Machine (2017) The meandering military story fails to win hearts or minds.‐ Film School Rejects
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50% The Glass Castle (2017) The Glass Castle remains as transparent and ethereal as the architectural wonder in its title because its treatment of its material is so rote.‐ Film School Rejects
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86% Beach Rats (2017) Dickinson is breathtaking.‐ Film School Rejects
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45% Rock Dog (2017) A crazy premise without any of the carnivalesque anarchy needed to back it up, Rock Dog sinks like a stone.‐ Film School Rejects
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71% You're Killing Me Susana (Me estás matando Susana) (2017) This is a simple movie directed simply and it's best when it doesn't try to swing above its weight class.‐ Film School Rejects
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82% Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) Origin of Evil, while terrifying, is a funny movie that understands its audience's psychological state better than most films of its ilk.‐ Film School Rejects
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37% Morgan (2016) Morgan can't say anything meaningful about artificial intelligence because it's too artificial a film.‐ Film School Rejects
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60% The Light Between Oceans (2016) Cianfrance goes for every early emotional body blow possible, weakening our responses to later moments of impact through sheer exhaustion.‐ Film School Rejects
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16% The Wild Life (2016) It's not that The Wild Life is poorly animated or overtly irresponsible. It's just lazy and stupid.‐ Film School Rejects
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100% Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special (2017) The skits themselves are mostly funny, some just feel out of place in this sex-slathered bricolage of comic approaches.‐ Film School Rejects
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82% The Founder (2017) The Founder is an old man's The Wolf of Wall Street, a biopic of cruelty with its teeth dulled by fast food and its fierceness tempered by an overfull belly.‐ Film School Rejects
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84% Silence (2017) For Scorsese and Silence's constant grappling, faith seems to be its own geographically autonomous Purgatory.‐ Film School Rejects
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No Score Yet David Cross: Making America Great Again (2016) Similar to the audience polarization of other one-note comics (like Ricky Gervais), Cross' locked, angry views overwhelm his substantial wit.‐ Vague Visages
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No Score Yet Iliza: Confirmed Kills (2016) Shlesinger's routine never amounts to anything more pleasant than being stuck sharing a cab with someone that seemed much more interesting several hours and drinks ago.‐ Vague Visages
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49% Mascots (2016) Following multiple competitors as they compete in mascoting's most prestigious competition, Guest's film ambles uncomfortably under its furry facade.‐ Vague Visages
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85% Afterimage (Powidoki) (2017) Wajda's loving examination of heroes has reached its logical conclusion in Afterimage, with the study of Strzemiński as unforgiving as the winter.‐ Vague Visages
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91% A Quiet Passion (2017) A Quiet Passion is at its best when its silence is broken by images, not words.‐ Vague Visages
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87% Jackie (2016) Portman's vivid portrayal is the film's greatest strength, coasting through woebegone New England accents and the script's on-the-nose airing of themes in the final act.‐ Vague Visages
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95% Manchester by the Sea (2016) As a blue and grey movie with dangerous flashes of color, flashbacks are beautiful and understated in a completely interwoven story from playwright Lonergan.‐ Vague Visages
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83% Sausage Party (2016) When it finds the Party, the movie brings down the house with a final half-hour bacchanal that's the definition of stoner sublime.‐ Vague Visages
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70% Swiss Army Man (2016) The only thing wrong with this gorgeously shot, singularly crafted film is its ending. And given the premise of Swiss Army Man, this was always going to be a challenge.‐ Vague Visages
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35% Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (2016) ... a completely enjoyable lowbrow bit of nonsense.‐ Vague Visages
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No Score Yet Make Happy (2016) When the red, white and blue lights go off, one begins to understand Burnham hasn't put together a comedy special, but a deconstructive stage play of epic proportions.‐ Vague Visages
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No Score Yet Christian Mingle The Movie (2014) Christian Mingle is a spastic blurring of the line between infomercial and parody.‐ Vague Visages
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77% Into The Forest (2016) For a feminist attempt to show two women leaning on each other, Into the Forest barely sketches them out.‐ Vague Visages
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81% The Family Fang (2016) Bateman brings the full force of his directorial ability to the film, finding beauty in every camera placement and character movement.‐ Vague Visages
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No Score Yet Hannibal Takes Edinburgh (2016) Buress provides an allegory for the American worker: even if your daily grind is performing stand-up, taking pleasure in your work is the only way to stay sane.‐ Vague Visages
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89% Hush (2016) Hush has some very interesting moving parts in what amounts to an average film.‐ Vague Visages
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90% Love & Mercy (2015) The film's discrepancies ... make for a disorienting journey that may be better spent listening to Pet Sounds one more time.‐ Vague Visages
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No Score Yet Force Of Destiny (2015) There's power in Force of Destiny but not in the sloppy, slogging, tepid narrative.‐ Vague Visages
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28% My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) MBFGW2 is like going to a Greek restaurant and ordering a sleeve of unsalted saltines.‐ Vague Visages
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68% Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016) It's not a bad movie, but no matter how long it spends in the war zone, it still feels like a tourist.‐ Vague Visages
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91% The Witch (2016) The Witch does for the woods what Jaws did for the ocean. They're ruined for you.‐ Vague Visages
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No Score Yet Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado (2016) Buress, moreso than in his previous efforts Animal Furnace or Live From Chicago, develops his punchlines into taglines, mining callbacks from diverse elements. ‐ Vague Visages
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43% Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016) Steers delivers laughs like an expert anti-comedian, fumbling punchlines into self-seriousness, creating collisions of the absurd.‐ Vague Visages
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86% Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016) Kung Fu Panda 3 pushes the series forward towards its potential as a centerpiece of biculturalism.‐ Vague Visages
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74% Trolls (2016) DreamWorks Animation's trolls, with their candy-vomit hair and bizarre designs, scream originality.‐ Oklahoma Gazette
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54% The Dressmaker (2016) The Dressmaker wagers that its audience might only get out to see one film in theaters this year, so it should cram all the genres they love into its two-hour runtime.‐ Oklahoma Gazette
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63% The Magnificent Seven (2016) Fuqua's Old West is still a bit too narratively metered and self-important to comfortably house the rambunctiously fun bronco trying to buck its philosophical rider.‐ Oklahoma Gazette
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54% Jason Bourne (2016) Greengrass can no longer create an action movie; hell, he can't even complete an action.‐ Oklahoma Gazette
Read More | Posted Aug 27, 2018
17% Ice Age: Collision Course (2016) Not surreal enough to transcend its sub-Michael Bay asteroid plot and ABC Family prehistoric problems, Collision Course still brings enough weirdness to stay lively.‐ Oklahoma Gazette
Read More | Posted Aug 27, 2018