House of Hummingbird is thought-provoking and touching in the way it follows its protagonist, but its value is marred by its sluggish pace and overly long runtime.
One of Kaufman’s most experimental works, this film is an intriguing trip that blurs the border between memory and reality.
Saint Frances’ greatest transgression is talking: talking about things that are commonplace in women’s lives but still seen as taboo, or uncouth.
Chastain is compelling and the action isn’t bad, but there isn’t a hint of originality to any aspect of Ava.
End of the Century is not as impactful as it could have been, but it builds an evocative atmosphere that explores the road not travelled.
A step backwards in horror that relies on its characters making all the wrong choices at exactly the wrong moments.
A deranged mix of crime and family drama, propped up by Mackay’s unblinking magnetism, fun and stylish when it’s at its best.
An endearing drama about friendship in hostile territory.
A tender study of compassion, marred by undefined characters and an absence of critical thinking.
Miss Juneteenth is a discreet, unassuming look at the small triumphs and tragedies that make up every person’s life, and the circumstances that end up shaping us, all in a mother’s dedication. It feels real and lived in.