What I liked most about Velvet Buzzsaw is that, for a film so acerbic, so sarcastic, so misanthropic, so nihilistic, its brutal takedown of the art world is… actually quite well done.
Awash in warm bronze, yellow and dark green, every shot in If Beale Street Could Talk is a pleasure to watch.
What looked to be a measured pace turns out to be stagnation, as the central conflict fails to move beyond the surface.
It’s difficult to process such disparate experiences into one cohesive opinion or recommendation, but even at their worst the Coens are expert filmmakers.
You could be forgiven for not knowing that the town of Columbus, Indiana (population 44,000) is a small mecca of modern architecture, with dozens of remarkable buildings designed by renowned architects in the mid-20th century. […]
If you have an opportunity to follow Lisa on her day of roadside car washes, attempted robberies and bar fights, don’t pass it up!
Sir is a movie that lives in the small realities of daily life, a sober study in kindness in the face of inequality.
¡En español! Creed, Ryan Coogler’s surprise hit, is a tough act to follow, but director Steven Caple Jr. has acquitted himself well with this sequel. It is not as gritty, but how could it be, […]
Wildlife is an emotional snapshot of a family in crisis, which looks at our foibles with neither judgment nor approval.
Like the made-up flower it’s named after, Vision seems to last for years without producing any tangible fruit.