A visceral epic bursting with rage, elevated by great performances and aesthetics that mask a somewhat perfunctory aesthetic.
An interesting looks at the makings of classic TV comedy, marred by miscasts and an oddly dour mood.
A conjuring of bland music, aggressively vacuous lyrics, paper-thin characters and a criminal sidetracking of Nicole Kidman.
Boy Erased succeeds in using one person’s story to shed light on a large reality, and takes the chance to explore notions of identity, family and acceptance.
Destroyer is rough around the edges, but Nicole Kidman’s anguished performance is truly astounding.