Shirley is an odd film, a study of repressed resentment more than a biopic, and it is all the more compelling because of it.
Leigh Whannell and Elisabeth Moss have teamed up to reinvent The Invisible Man as an effective representation of gaslighting and online abuse.
Her Smell left me completely exhausted and more than a little dazed, but Elisabeth Moss’ work in this film is colossal.
The Kitchen has a trio of charismatic protagonists, but this falls short of making up for a story that puts shock value over nuance.
The less you know about Us, the better; trust that it is terrifying and brilliant, go, and suffer well.