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Month: December 2018
Bird Box (2018) – Movie Review
With these creators, these actors, and these resources, Bird Box should be more tense, more original, and more fun.
Ben Is Back (2018) – Movie Review
Ben Is Back is at times melodramatic, but there’s good drama in the iron-willed mother driving her son around on a guided tour of his lowest points
Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a peculiar project, at once collective and personal, intimate and distant, warm and cold. The story is undoubtedly personal: it is that of Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), a young maid living with […]
Shoplifters focuses its observant gaze on an accidental family, living on the fringes of society, around us but unseen by us.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
Into the Spider-Verse is a breakthrough in style and imagination, the most fun you’ll have at the theater this year.
Marvin (2017) – Movie Review
Choosing to thread too many stories, Marvin doesn’t land any of them, leaving us instead with a fragmented look at a character that doesn’t hold up to that level of detail.
Shot in a rich, evocative black-and-white, Leto offers a unique look at the lives of rock musicians in 80s Leningrad.
One thing I can say with confidence is that this is the best movie about arm-wrestling championships that I’ve ever seen.
Flawlessly directed, expertly written, incredibly well acted: Widows is everything you could hope for in a heist movie.