The Lost Daughter, in its normalcy, feels as tense as a thriller because anything could happen, anytime. Watch it for the atmosphere, or the performances, or the story, but don’t let it pass you by.
Zoe Kravitz is the perfect heroine for this fun, compact tech thriller.
A moving tale of childhood.
The Tragedy of Macbeth is so much my jam that if I didn’t know better I’d think it was made just for me. This is an endorsement as much as it is a warning, because it could very well be that everything that I like about this project is what puts you off.
I was absorbed by each of these three languid, dialogue-driven stories of romance and regret.
A wonder of beauty and sentiment, also an emotional thriller that at times borders on psychological horror.
Rebecca Hall excels in her firts outing as a director and a writer, eliciting great performances and a gorgeous photography.
With its bold aesthetic mysticism, The Green Knight reminded me why I loved my book of Arthurian myths when I was a kid.
In our current landscape, you will not easily find another science-fiction/fantasy epic with such a firm voice, such a maximalist visual identity, or such a portentous tone.
I come to you with the rarest of findings: a three-hour movie that knows what to do with its time.