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Month: March 2019
The Death and Life of John F. Donovan (2019) – Movie Review
Xavier Dolan’s first English-language film is an intriguing exploration of identity and family with a superb cast.
First Reformed (2018) – Movie Review
Paul Schrader’s latest, First Reformed, is an austere character study elevated by Ethan Hawke’s best performance to date.
Free Solo (2018) – Movie Review
Well here’s a documentary that’s more tense than many a thriller. Free Solo, not for the faint of heart, offers an astonishing look at rock climbing and Alex Honnold’s life.
Mary, Queen of Scots (2019) – Movie Review
I feel like, with these two talented actresses, and the two monumental historical figures they play, and the production value invested in this project, we should have got a more impactful movie than Mary, Queen of Scots turned out to be.
Captain Marvel (2019) – Movie Review
Captain Marvel is a tremendously fun, inventive superhero movie, anchored in Brie Larson’s charisma.
Destroyer (2019) – Movie Review
Destroyer is rough around the edges, but Nicole Kidman’s anguished performance is truly astounding.