Consensus Comparison: Eastwood, Cameraperson September 10, 2016

Are the Venice Film Festival Awards being announced right now? I’m not sure. Fingers crossed for Lav Diaz. (11:25 AM PDT update: Oh shit, it really happened! Congrats, Lav!) Here are the Rankings, Competition Rankings and Index.

CRU’s Toronto coverage also has Rankings and Index pages.

Two Films of the Week: Cameraperson and Sully. And in fact all the movies below sound like winners. It was a great week. Sully ranks second on the Wide Releases list and Cameraperson ranks third on the overall 2016 list.

Sully (Clint Eastwood)

Rotten Tomatoes: 84 • 159 reviews
Metacritic: 76 • 41 reviews
Critics Round Up: 90 • 10 reviews

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Cameraperson (Kirsten Johnson)

Rotten Tomatoes: 100 • 28 reviews
Metacritic: 88 • 12 reviews
Critics Round Up: 95 • 22 reviews

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Demon (Marcin Wrona)

Rotten Tomatoes: 92 • 25 reviews
Metacritic: 80 • 14 reviews
Critics Round Up: 86 • 9 reviews

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London Road (Rufus Norris)

Rotten Tomatoes: 74 • 46 reviews
Metacritic: 71 • 16 reviews
Critics Round Up: 79 • 7 reviews

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One More Time with Feeling (Andrew Dominik)

Rotten Tomatoes: 100 • 15 reviews
Metacritic: 91 • 9 reviews
Critics Round Up: 100 • 4 reviews

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The Apostate (Federico Veiroj)

Rotten Tomatoes: 67 • 12 reviews
Metacritic: 66 • 6 reviews
Critics Round Up: 83 • 10 reviews

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Author: The JT LeRoy Story (Jeff Feuerzeig)

Rotten Tomatoes: 85 • 47 reviews
Metacritic: 74 • 18 reviews
Critics Round Up: 78 • 8 reviews

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As I Open My Eyes (Leyla Bouzid)

Rotten Tomatoes: 100 • 13 reviews
Metacritic: 74 • 9 reviews
Critics Round Up: 80 • 5 reviews

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