If you haven’t seen Parasite, and you’re here because you’re planning to: I envy you, because you’re about to go on a wild ride.
Destroyer is rough around the edges, but Nicole Kidman’s anguished performance is truly astounding.
Flawlessly directed, expertly written, incredibly well acted: Widows is everything you could hope for in a heist movie.
Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively, at the very top of their game, make an explosive duo, as intense as they are hilarious.
Thanks to clever writing and editing, virtually the entire action takes place on the computer screen, and while it risked becoming a gimmick this resource is used to its full extent by turning Google searches into an anguished investigation.
All right, so this one wasn’t for me. Mute is a jumbled mess, Neflix’s box of tangled cords.
This is it: this is a movie that has it all. BlacKkKlansman is funny, entertaining, and stylish, but also angry, poignant, and righteous. It is an accomplishment in cinematic form, and also in content.
Under the Silver Lake, which I can only describe as slacker noir, is equal parts weird, funny, poignant, absurd, pleased with itself, visually arresting, engrossing, meandering, saturated…
Everybody Knows takes us to a Spanish village, deep in wine country, where a family is reunited, old grudges come to the surface, the unthinkable happens, and all that was unsaid is, inevitably, said.
You know exactly what you want out of Ocean’s 8, and the movie’s more than happy to deliver. There’s glitz, glamour, talented actresses, diamonds, a daring heist, expensive dresses, and a good time to be had for everyone.