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      Petr Navovy

      Petr Navovy's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Pajiba

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      Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre (2023) Operation Fortune stalls after a relatively promising opening and never recovers. By the end, I was completely disengaged from what was happening on screen. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Mar 14, 2023
      The Strays (2023) The Strays has an interesting and resonant message at its heart, in theory. It has a lot to say, in theory. Yet after the first few minutes, theory is all that’s left. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Mar 01, 2023
      We Have a Ghost (2023) In the ’90s, this might have been good. That’s not to say that the movie is terrible, but it’s not good either, and the hypothetical contrast that it encourages doesn’t do it any favors. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Feb 27, 2023
      Your Place or Mine (2023) I didn’t laugh once in this movie. A shadow of the memory of the rumor of a smile never once threatened to appear on my face. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Feb 13, 2023
      Alice, Darling (2022) Alice, Darling is a decent enough debut, sincere and heartfelt, shot competently, with an important message that isn’t quite matched by its quality. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Feb 06, 2023
      When You Finish Saving the World (2022) When You Finish Saving the World is not good. It’s not terrible, but I felt every one of its eighty-eight minutes keenly, struggling the entire time to get invested in any part of its meandering story or in any one of its unengaging characters. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jan 30, 2023
      The Old Way (2023) I had a mild revelation while watching The Old Way, a new Western revenge drama with comedic overtones directed by Brett Donowho and written by Carl W. Lucas: ‘Oh, I guess it is possible to make Nicolas Cage boring. Who knew!’ - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jan 23, 2023
      Murina (2021) Films like Murina make me incredibly happy. They are, to me, what cinema is meant to be about. Resonant stories full of rich emotion and complicated humanity. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Dec 28, 2022
      Nanny (2022) While it ultimately doesn’t come together strongly enough as it first appears it might, it still stands as a promising debut and a sign of a director to watch. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Dec 20, 2022
      Bar Fight! (2022) Unfortunately, nothing works here. The characters don’t make sense. The emotional arc is minimal and poorly executed. The pathos falls flat. The "jokes" seem uninterested in themselves. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Nov 23, 2022
      Causeway (2022) As predictably capable as Lawrence is in the role, the story only threatens to come to life in the moments that the titanically charismatic Brian Tyree Henry is onscreen. But it never really does. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Nov 08, 2022
      Stars at Noon (2022) [Stars at Noon] provides glimpses of a dramatic and gripping denouncement of 21st-century imperialism that are ultimately overshadowed by the gaping maw of nothingness where the chemistry between its leads should be. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Oct 31, 2022
      The Stranger (2022) Sean Harris further cements his reputation as one of the most magnetic screen actors today; sporting a colossal beard and shoulder-length hair, his character here is an endlessly watchable presence and enigma. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Oct 25, 2022
      Athena (2022) This is ferocious, supremely confident filmmaking-as-spectacle from director Romain Gavras, that uses that spectacle to rip you from your sofa, transporting you onto the makeshift barricades erected on and around the Athena estate. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Sep 28, 2022
      Lou (2022) It all adds up to a project that feels like an actual film that had some thought and craft put into... So that’s worthy of praise by itself. I just wish I’d had as good a time as the idea of ‘Alison Janney’ kicking ass promises. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Sep 27, 2022
      End of the Road (2022) Through weaknesses in its writing, pacing, and staging, we never feel even the beginnings of an involuntary slide to the edge of our seat. My backside, for one, remained firmly in that comfortable wedge right at the back of the sofa. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Sep 13, 2022
      The Gray Man (2022) The Gray Man is not the worst film Netflix has put out by any means, but it is yet another example of the kind of bland and insipid anti-cinema that has become their trademark. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jul 26, 2022
      Emergency (2022) Excellently weaved together in a gripping story in which action leads devastatingly into consequence, this is far above what you’d expect from filmmakers this early into their careers, and it deserves as many eyes on it as it can get. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jun 24, 2022
      Spiderhead (2022) It’s almost pointless listing the individuals involved in its creation, however, because whether skilled or not, their contributions and imprint appear to be sanded down and compacted into a frictionless cube by the Netflix machine. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jun 22, 2022
      Green Room (2015) Green Room has sensitivity and empathy to spare, but it’s also hard and unforgiving as steel, because it knows that’s the way the world is. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jun 16, 2022
      On the Count of Three (2021) On The Count Of Three dances around the cringe chasm with surprising skill, avoiding for the most part the pitfalls that usually come with the subject matter. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted May 19, 2022
      Zero Fucks Given (2021) This might be an at-times painfully gruelling depiction of someone caught between the crushing gears of grief and modern capitalism, but Julie Lecoustre and Emmanuel Marre have imbued it with the life-affirming energy that runs through the best of cinema. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Apr 21, 2022
      Metal Lords (2022) Not only is there zero innovation in the template gaps here, but the fundamentals are all absent too. The film wants to make you laugh and to feel for these kids, their connection, and their struggle. It doesn’t succeed in any of these goals. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Apr 13, 2022
      Windfall (2022) A damp squib of a light (oh so light) Hitchcock imitation devoid of stakes or emotional investment. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Mar 25, 2022
      Kimi (2022) It’s in this case that that old saying often applied to pizza can be tweaked slightly to neatly describe Kimi in relation to the rest of [director Steven Soderbergh]’s films: Even when it’s not the best, it’s still pretty damn good. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Feb 25, 2022
      Jackass Forever (2022) There is nothing groundbreaking here for the series (apart from that sense of finality), and there doesn’t need to be. If you have enjoyed the Jackass formula before, you will have an absolute blast here. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Feb 09, 2022
      Titane (2021) If this sounds like A Lot, that's because it is. But it's also a little bit brilliant and very much deserving of attention from anyone who doesn't mind when things get gory or intense. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jan 18, 2022
      Don't Look Up (2021) American humour, into well-intentioned but poorly made Hollywood quasi-activism. I'm on your side, McKay, mate. Just try to do better please!. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Dec 30, 2021
      The Favourite (2018) The Favourite doesn't demean the women by pretending that they are saints. - Pajiba
      Read More | Posted Jan 11, 2019
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