Movie reviews of Jeremie Sabourin

These are all the movies and series that Jeremie has reviewed. Read more at: Cinema Smack.

Number of movie reviews: 448 / 448

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It’s easy to see that there is a passion and personal attachment from Kaitlyn Boxall to Behind Closed Doors. With such a personal topic, sometimes one can remain too close to the truth and ultimately forget what they’re trying to convey onscreen. On the other hand, some may add too much extra to sort of Hollywood the whole experience up a bit. Review

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6 may

6 may

Even with its shortcomings though, it’s hard to get down on Mortal Kombat 2021 too much. It really tries hard to honor its namesake franchise and, honestly, doesn’t do that bad of a job. Review

6.0

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3 may

3 may

Despite maybe too many storylines going on, Wheels is still a very compelling and entertaining drama about inner city individuals trying to make names for themselves. Review

7.0

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20 april

20 apr

Even though Nobody can be compared to other recent action films, most notably John Wick, that doesn’t mean that it’s unable to stand on its own. As stated earlier, the film is still very, very good and anyone who’s a fan of Bob Odenkirk or the action genre should definitely make it a point to see Nobody. Review

8.0

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6 april

6 apr

Sister Tempest is still the film that Badon wanted to make and, overall, it mostly hits a sweet spot between being intriguing and just being weird. Review

7.0

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1 april

1 apr

No matter how people feel about Snyder as a filmmaker, there’s absolutely no doubt that Zack Snyder’s Justice League is the best version of Justice League there is. Review

8.0

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23 march

23 mar

First Bite still comes recommended especially for horror and B-movie fans. If you’re a metalhead, even better. The film has attitude which sets itself apart from other more run-of-the-mill types of horror shorts. However, we keep coming back to the familiar story which drags the film down a bit. Review

7.0

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18 march

18 mar

With its unconventional filmmaking style, powerhouse lead performance, and wonderful technical achievements, it’s no wonder the film was nominated for six Oscars in the acting, directing, screenplay, and cinematography categories along with the big one for Best Picture. Review

9.0

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17 march

17 mar

Amaranthine is a very enjoyable and technically impressive short film experience. Review

7.0

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9 march

9 mar

With an excellent cast, including Rosamund Pike at the top of her game, and a compelling story about bad people looking to get rich, I Care a Lot certainly isn’t an uplifting story but it’s still a highly entertaining one. Review

8.0

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2 march

2 mar

Judas and the Black Messiah is excellent and an early favorite here in 2021. Its cultural significance certainly resonates today and the approach taken by Shaka King and his team is much welcome when compared to filmmakers like Spike Lee and Jordan Peele. Review

9.0

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26 february

26 feb

While the Little Things has been getting kind of blasted by most reviewers for the same things we’ve taken it to task for, this is still a well made film and an interesting one at that. Review

7.0

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17 february

17 feb

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Ramsey and Hannah Katherine Jost put together a pretty weird flick at times but storytelling and characters are never sacrificed for spectacle. Review

7.0

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11 february

11 feb

Like the aforementioned Occurrence at Mills Creek, Covidream is a difficult film to rate just because of the intention of making it into a much longer tale taking place during such a massive world event. Review

6.0

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9 february

9 feb

While the film does stutter along the way with some of its storytelling, writer/director Victor Neumark present a very competently made product. Review

7.0

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4 february

4 feb

Draw With Me provides an emotionally uplifting look at a young person’s coming out journey and their ability to find understanding and acceptance. Review

8.0

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2 february

2 feb

One Night in Miami is a wonderful feature length debut for Regina King. Having already proven herself as a powerhouse onscreen in a film like If Beale Street Could Talk, King does it now in the director’s chair. Review

9.0

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29 january

29 jan

Rob Levinson’s Where Were You isn’t without its flaws but its message and heart rise above its shortcomings. Review

6.0

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25 january

25 jan

With White Lie, Lewis and Thomas don’t simply relay this story to the audience. They make you feel the emotional weight and the mental drain that it has on not only the film’s main character but everyone she interacts with. Review

9.0

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19 january

19 jan

Even with its minor issues, Under the Bed is still a satisfying little slice of horror. Review

7.0

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13 january

13 jan

Between the performances, headlined by Vanessa Kirby, depressingly realistic subject matter, and some expertly crafted visual storytelling, Pieces of a Woman is a crippling drama that’s not to be forgotten. Review

9.0

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12 january

12 jan

The characters and lighthearted comedy, even in the face of its suffering main character, maintain a fun overall tone. Review

7.0

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7 january

7 jan

It’s just such an awful mess of ideas and characters and is executed so poorly. Review

4.0

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5 january

5 jan

Kajillionaire is a uniquely bizarre experience but a good one nonetheless. Fitting in with our recent review trope, the film is definitely not for everybody but it’s not completely inaccessible either. Review

8.0

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23 december

23 dec

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