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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

Your Movies (cleveland.com) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Gerry Shamray
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/5
They say that death just follows around Clancy hero John Kelly. Regardless, don't blame Michael B. Jordan, the guy who plays him, for killing the movie. That distinction goes to an insanely convoluted screenplay and too many tedious action sequences.
Posted Apr 29, 2021
2
3.5/5
3
1.5/5
Vanquish (2021)
4
3/5
Touch (2020)
5
2/5
A funny female friendship for much of the first hour becomes just so much nonsense in the second.
Posted Apr 10, 2021
6
2.5/5
French Exit (2021)
7
2.5/5
8
2.5/5
9
3.5/5
Nobody (2021)
10
3.5/5
The Courier (2020)
Benedict Cumberbatch smartly returns to espionage mode as an everyman hero who actually helped keep the infamous Cuban Missile Crisis from turning even scarier. Who knew?
Posted Mar 19, 2021
11
4.5/5
The Father (2021)
12
3/5
13
3.5/5
14
2.5/5
Cherry (2021)
Just wish the two young leads added a bit more heft to this good-looking, multigenre, Cleveland-based tale. The Michael Rispoli cameo is a much welcome highlight.
Posted Feb 25, 2021
15
3/5
The performance of a new "Lady Day" (first name Andra) demands watching. She sings, struts and simply startles as the tragic and legendary chanteuse of the title.
Posted Feb 25, 2021
16
4.5/5
Nomadland (2021)
17
4.5/5
Minari (2020)
18
2/5
Land (2021)
19
4.5/5
20
2.5/5
21
4/5
The full body of a longtime, secret relationship between two sensational women (European stars Martine Chevallier and Barbara Sukowa) is beautifully and compassionately revealed.
Posted Feb 5, 2021
22
3.5/5
Falling (2020)
First-time feature director Viggo Mortensen auspiciously writes, composes, produces and copes with fab co-star Lance Henricksen, as a combustible father spitting out deep-rooted prejudices now without mental filters being slowly disabled by dementia.
Posted Feb 5, 2021
23
4.5/5
76 Days (2020)
Totally absorbing -- from the wildly frenetic start of the total lockdown in the city of 11 million to the film's mostly moving, bittersweet conclusion.
Posted Feb 2, 2021
24
3/5
25
3.5/5
26
3/5
Palmer (2021)
27
3.5/5
Our Friend (2020)
28
3/5
29
3.5/5
30
3/5
31
3.5/5
Herself (2021)
32
3/5
33
3.5/5
The magic movie moment of how Chloe Grace Moretz gets back into a rickety old World War II bomber during this effects-heavy, Toronto "Midnight Madness" winner is almost worth the price of admission alone.
Posted Jan 1, 2021
34
4/5
35
4/5
Soul (2020)
36
4/5
37
2/5
38
3.5/5
Greenland (2020)
39
3/5
40
4.5/5
41
3/5
The Racer (2020)
42
3/5
43
4/5
Black Bear (2020)
44
4/5
Dear Santa (2020)
45
3.5/5
Mank (2020)
46
3/5
47
3/5
Uncle Frank (2020)
48
3.5/5
49
4/5
50
3/5
Fatman (2020)