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: 427 / 427

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

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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

Because of this, the film is a very hard one to recommend to casual film fans but, for those who enjoy the surreal, The Bloodhound could be the film for you. Review

7.0

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18 december

18 dec

This, and many of the other social issues debated throughout Black Bear, is compelling as these are the types of conversations going on in contemporary America today. Review

8.0

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17 december

17 dec

The Mark of the Bell Witch is worth your time if you’re interested in the supernatural, folklore, or ghost stories. Yet, it’d be interesting to see what Seth Breedlove would’ve done with a feature length narrative film as opposed to this hybrid documentary style. Review

7.0

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16 december

16 dec

Mank is one of those films that’s a bit tough to rank. There’s no doubt that some people will absolutely adore it and it’s hard to argue against that. It’s a bold piece of cinema by a filmmaker who really has nothing left to prove outside of trying to win an ever-elusive Oscar at some point in his career. Review

7.0

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11 december

11 dec

We Are the Missing is still an independent marvel given its believability, storytelling, acting, and, of course, its shoestring budget. Review

7.0

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4 december

4 dec

Run

Speaking of Searching, Run isn’t quite up to the standards of Chaganty’s first effort but it’s still very, very solid. While Searching felt like a different kind of smart thriller with its stylistic investigative choices, Run feels a little more like what most people would expect. Review

7.0

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2 december

2 dec

On the Rocks is so much like Lost in Translation but it also feels like a wholly original experience at times too. While this new film may not be as emotional or as tight as its 2003 counterpart, it’s still a wonderful standout in a very strange 2020. Review

9.0

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23 november

23 nov

It does just enough to not feel like its cashing in on others’ recent successes while also providing genre fans with an intensely creepy horror experience here in late 2020. Review

8.0

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18 november

18 nov

Tales of Frankenstein is a fun take on an oft-adapted tale that allows him to work outside of what most already know about Dr. Frankenstein and his horrific creation. Review

6.0

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16 november

16 nov

It’s surprising how dense the film is in terms of content, substance, and commentary. Review

8.0

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10 november

10 nov

Everything looks and sounds great with some wonderful aesthetics, camera angles, and framing to assist in telling the story. The old timey soundtrack also adds some interesting flair to the story as, stylistically, it shouldn’t really fit the subject matter. Review

9.0

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6 november

6 nov

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is a decent watch for a few laughs. Review

7.0

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4 november

4 nov

There’s a unique vision on display here and the story being told is relevant, timely, and, ultimately, satisfying. Review

9.0

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3 november

3 nov

Though all of the pieces are here for a potential cult classic animated horror experience, Attack of the Demons falls just short. However, it’s still a film that horror fans are going to want to check out and gauge for themselves. Review

7.0

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30 october

30 oct

The film will make you laugh, gasp, and shake your head at times but it’s always entertaining. Review

8.0

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27 october

27 oct

It does feel like there’s a bit more to delve into here but, as it is, Marie is a short film that’s not to be forgotten. Review

7.0

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23 october

23 oct

Not only is Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 a damn fine film but it’s also an overwhelmingly relevant one. Review

9.0

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22 october

22 oct

. However you choose to interpret the film, Alone stands out as definitely one of the best thrillers of the year and in contention for one of the best of 2020 in general. Review

9.0

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20 october

20 oct

Di Nunzio’s direction and visual storytelling is a perfect complement to Salvi’s compelling stories. Review

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16 october

16 oct

Even with its issues, though, By Night’s End remains a well made and engaging thriller. There are parts that will drive you nuts but also those that will have you on the edge of your seat. Review

7.0

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14 october

14 oct

What Private really ends up being is a fun experiment. Conducting a one act play solely on and video conferencing application is a bold move but it pays off for Blackwood and company here. Review

8.0

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8 october

8 oct

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