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: 410 / 410

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

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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

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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

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8 october

8 oct

To Your Last Death is a surprising horror themed project that not enough people are talking about. Given its uniqueness, artistry, and dedication, the film is one that could eventually turn into a cult classic. Review

8.0

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7 october

7 oct

The Devil All the Time is a great crime/drama/thriller and it’s too bad that it’s not getting the credit that it probably deserves. Review

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2 october

2 oct

Camera Test Subject is a completely satisfying, entertaining, and expertly made micro short film. The performance by Cox is superb and entirely fits the tone and mood that Meehan is going for with his script and visuals. Review

10

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30 september

30 sep

LX 2048 definitely has things to say even if they’re a bit muddled by a lot of extra plot. These things are the highlight of the film and can spark a lot of conversation as any good sci-fi film will do. Review

6.0

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29 september

29 sep

We Die Alone is a flawless horror/thriller that will leave you clamoring for more. Review

10

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24 september

24 sep

While there certainly is an air of spectacle in the decision to craft a film in such a way, Last Call is undoubtedly a brave and largely successful attempt at storytelling. Review

8.0

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23 september

23 sep

DTF

Despite its ugliness and somewhat lack of purpose, DTF is a spectacle. Review

7.0

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15 september

15 sep

It gets a bit long in the tooth in the second act but the first and third acts boast that certain ghastly intrigue that so many great psychological horror films do. Review

6.0

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14 september

14 sep

For those looking for something a little bit different and a little bit weird, give I’m Thinking of Ending Things a shot. Review

7.0

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9 september

9 sep

With some great performances, a clear vision, and natural filmmaking prowess, Rosson has worlds of potential going forward. Review

8.0

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4 september

4 sep

With all of its confusion, lengthy dialogue, and character issues, Tenet is still part of the reason people love going to the movie theater. It’s big, spectacular, and loud. Review

8.0

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2 september

2 sep

Bill & Ted Face the Music is exactly what it’s meant to be: entertainment. For fans of Excellent Adventure and Bogus Journey, you’ll feel right at home here. The film is a breeze to watch and is just pure joy from start to finish. Review

8.0

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1 september

1 sep

It’s not a bad film by any means and some B-movie/alien invasion fans are sure to like it. For those looking for something more in tone with Alien or District 9, you may be a little disappointed. Review

5.0

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28 august

28 aug

Soundtrack to Sixteen is a wonderful film debut for the Shakespeare sisters. From its fantastic cast to its storytelling and all the way to its technical aspects, the film shows a duo poised for great things. It’s a humorous, touching, relevant, and realistic look at teenage life. Review

8.0

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25 august

25 aug

Even with some big issues, The Unfamiliar entertains for all of its ninety minute runtime. Viewers will surely never be bored as the cast and crew deliver the horror goods at every turn. Review

7.0

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21 august

21 aug

Pretending I’m a Superman is an excellent documentary and a welcome dose of warm sentiment for a beloved series. Review

9.0

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18 august

18 aug

Its nightmarish and claustrophobic setting will have viewers on edge while the performances, especially from Nick Young, keep you invested. Review

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17 august

17 aug

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