I was all in for Night in Paradise’s moody and forlorn tale of desperate people lashing against fate, and so much of it hits that note just right, but it stumbles just upon the finish line.
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 biting satire thriller that unleashes Rosamund Pike at her most sociopathic.
A clever, emotional thriller with an excellent central performance by Rachel Brosnahan.
Tenet is a fine action thriller, but it gets lost in the intricacies of its plot and becomes emotionless as a result.
As tense as it is atmospheric, The Devil All the Time offers inspired performances from Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.
Evocative and moody, The Wild Goose Lake finds beauty in resigned desperation.
Despite Clarkson’s compellling lead and its sultry New Orleans mood, Out of Blue disappoints by declining to engage with its central themes.
Claustrophobic and brutal, The Platform is a clever thriller that makes the most out of a limiting concept.
Lost Girls is a competent enough thriller, but it doesn’t commit enough to any one of its complex themes.