The transformation of a proud Soviet party official from dogmatic soldier to human being, this film may be dry but not without sentiment.
Unabashedly cheery and joyful, Wiig and Mummolo shine in a good old-fashioned comedy that mixes improv with slapstick and buddy movie tropes.
Francis Lee’s followup to God’s Own Country is a moody and atmospheric -if oddly cold and passionless- period love story.
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.
Well, it’s right there in the title.
Part coming of age, part teenage romance, part period piece, part queer study, Your Name Engraved Herein excels in its atmosphere and its weaving of the personal and the political.
Double World starts out rough, but ends up being an inoffensive fantasy blockbuster with a high production value.
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.