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.
Much more intimate and personal than other Pixar films, Luca is a delightful summer tale of friendship and discovery.
A movie full of love and wonder, an appeal to kindness as a response to heartache, masterful work by Chloe Zhao and Frances McDormand.
There is no escaping that this film is difficult to watch, but the writing, the editing and the performances are truly nothing short of stunning.
An emotional rollercoaster of a movie, a cinematic gut punch, a movie that’s angry and dark and also funny. I can’t stop thinking about it.
A tale of a family trying to find a home; a great film made of many small moments of love and heartbreak.
Mads Mikkelsen regales us with a masterful performance in an observant psychological drama about a high school teacher dealing with an existential crisis.
Gripping from beginning to end, a powerful and emotional exploration of the loss of hearing.