Broker explores family and abandonment with boundless compassion and a sublime depth of emotion.
From SSIFF: François Ozon returns with a theatrical love-hate relationship drama between a director and his muse.
What starts out as a snappy romance becomes an overwrought melodrama.
For better, and for worse, Ticket to Paradise is an old-fashioned Hollywood rom-com, relying on how much you miss the era it seems plucked out of.
A delightful comedy full of quirky characters, absurd situations, and explosions.
There are a million ways this movie could have turned out awful. This may be, in fact, the only version of this movie that doesn’t; ours, the only timeline in which these ingredients combine into greatness.
Nope falls short of the greatness of Jordan Peele’s previous works, but still provides complex themes and expert craft.
An exhausting, migraine-inducing barrage of solid action barely threaded together by a dumb plot.
A thoroughly fun action movie with a compelling action heroine.
While uneven, Bullet Train was a fun enough experience for me, with compelling action making up for some pacing and tone issues.