Movie reviews of George Wolf

These are all the movies and series that George has reviewed. Read more at: Maddwolf.

Number of movie reviews: 433 / 433

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Tara Miele’s narrative is ambitious, surreal, touching and at times even terrifying, but it’s ultimately the sheer talents of Miller and Luna that keep the film from falling prey to gimmickry. Review

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10 december

10 dec

This is an elegant, artful salute to great art, and a sobering reminder of a shameful legacy marked by exploitation and appropriation. And it is thanks to a collection of great artists that Ma Rainey comes to the screen with all of its joy and pain intact. Review

8.0

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8 december

8 dec

Sridharan and Ashbrook make a formidable team, anchoring their wary chemistry and heady dialogue with a “try to keep up” attitude that’s organically right for their characters. They’re brilliant scientists and we’re not, so if you pay enough attention and suspend a little disbelief, Minor Premise crackles with some major sci-fi thrills. Review

7.0

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4 december

4 dec

Not every logical building block is water tight, and the sci-fi/horror combo sometimes feels desperately earnest. But the creep factor in What Lies Below holds steady, with Duemmler earning some water-logged points for not copping out at the finish. Review

6.0

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3 december

3 dec

So much more than a story about how a classic story was told, it’s a sweeping ode to the power of courageous art, no matter how flawed the artist. Review

9.0

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2 december

2 dec

Black Bear‘s got plenty to say – about creativity, ego, insecurity, sexual politics and more – but its resonance comes from not demanding you take a side. Review

8.0

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1 december

1 dec

Yeah, a little sharper focus wouldn’t hurt, but A New Age delivers the good time you forgot to remember to wonder where it’s been. Review

7.0

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26 november

26 nov

There’s pain here, for sure, but there’s also humor and a comforting sense of hope. Uncle Frank may not be the first film to remind us how heavy family baggage can feel, but this has the cast and commitment to make you glad you unpacked for a spell. Review

7.0

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24 november

24 nov

It’s a tone deaf, crass and almost completely humorless exercise in objectifying women and indulging the selfishness of entitled d-bags. Review

2.0

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19 november

19 nov

Leap of Faith might be a one man show, but when the show is The Exorcist and the man is William Friedkin, it feels like enough. Review

7.0

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17 november

17 nov

And with more lockdowns looming this Holiday season, it’s 44-minutes of smiles tailor made for repeated helpings. Review

8.0

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16 november

16 nov

Gibson delivers with a gritty, committed performance that’s aided tremendously by the glorious Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Ruth Cringle. Review

7.0

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12 november

12 nov

The director’s camerawork is occasionally fluid and effective, but most of the set pieces are more noteworthy for the atmospheric cinematography and sharp sound design that manage to punctuate the dark, empty rooms. Review

5.0

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10 november

10 nov

Green has never been better, and Winocour continues to display understated insight as a filmmaker. Like that walk among the stars that Sarah has long dreamed about, Proxima is quiet, but often emotionally dazzling. Review

8.0

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6 november

6 nov

The storytelling is competent, the performances fine. Review

6.0

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6 november

6 nov

Adapting Larry Watson’s novel, Bezucha carves out the road to vengeance and redemption like a less nuanced Cormac McCarthy. This isn’t poetry, but that doesn’t mean it’s not primal and satisfying. Review

7.0

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4 november

4 nov

There are some valid ideas at work here. They’re not terribly urgent or original, but Come Play isn’t pretending they are. It’s a film with little interest in overthinking, for horror fans not interested in films that do. Review

6.0

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30 october

30 oct

Wolfboy is the rare teen drama that speaks without condescension, and entertains without calculation. Review

8.0

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28 october

28 oct

Come in looking for a tidy little slasher, and you’re going to be disappointed. But if you’re down for a dark and moody rumination on grief, metaphysics and itchy brains, you could conjure up worse than The Empty Man. Review

6.0

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23 october

23 oct

Yes, it’s still shockingly brazen and often laugh out loud funny, but the thrill of discovery is naturally gone. Review

7.0

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22 october

22 oct

It’s all perfectly grand and respectable, but never memorable. Review

6.0

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20 october

20 oct

And though Trump is certainly an understood subject, the finger-pointing is never belabored. Review

8.0

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16 october

16 oct

Time is a stunning journey, searingly intimate with a sobering undercurrent of commonality. You wear this film like a blanket of feeling. Don’t miss the chance to wrap it around you. Review

9.0

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14 october

14 oct

But what you’ll remember about Evil Eye has little to do with the mysterious occurrences surrounding this mother and daughter. It’s the humanity flowing between them that sticks. Review

6.0

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12 october

12 oct

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