Cate Blanchett isn’t the only extraordinary thing about Tár, but her performance is something to behold.
What appears to be a noir reveals itself to be an engrossing tale of a uniquely forbidden love.
Bill Nighy will break your heart into a thousand little pieces as a quiet man waking up to the world around him.
Aftersun -a heartbreaking family story told with devastating normalcy- is more than the sum of its parts.
Glass Onion is everything you could ask of a sequel: bigger than the original, keeping the same charm that made it a hit, but innovating on the formula. It feels like a proper new chapter in an ongoing adventure, not a retread of the same story.
As inoffensive as it is unremarkable.
Halloween Ends is appalling, in every way you might expect, but also in so many ways that you wouldn’t have seen coming in a million years. I am at a loss to explain the chain of decisions that could lead to this outcome.
Moonage Daydream is simultaneously the closest I’ve ever felt to knowing a documentary subject, and the least I’ve ever learned about a documentary subject.
Hard to recommend but for the visual spectacle, Athena features excellent craft in service of a confounding story that betrays itself.
A moody, naturalistic look at a couple under pressure.