Despite a somewhat inconsistent plotting, Belle is a true aesthetic and musical spectacle.
Month: March 2022
Language Lessons (2022) – Movie Review
Language Lessons is fine for a lockdown movie, if you don’t care about the premise any more than it does, but I hoped for more from a movie all about learning Spanish.
Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning (2021) – Movie Review
Even if the story treads familiar ground, Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning is done well enough that it’s worth the effort if you like a good samurai film, even more so if you’re a fan of the character.
The Worst Person in the World (2022) – Movie Review
A fresh, lively character study to brighten up a serious cinematic landscape.
Cyrano (2022) – Movie Review
Cyrano boasts true Hollywood musical numbers, beautiful songs and a talented cast.
The Batman (2022) – Movie Review
I would love to see a two-hour cut of this movie, but even as it stands, I am in awe of its aesthetics, its overarching mood, and Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz’s magnetic screen presence.
West Side Story (2021) – Movie Review
While it is, for better or worse, the same old story, West Side Story is a cinematic spectacle bursting with color and joy.