I would love to see a two-hour cut of this movie, but even as it stands, I am in awe of its aesthetics, its overarching mood, and Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz’s magnetic screen presence.
Tenet is a fine action thriller, but it gets lost in the intricacies of its plot and becomes emotionless as a result.
As tense as it is atmospheric, The Devil All the Time offers inspired performances from Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.
The Lost City of Z feels unmoored in time, looking inward more than outward, but lacks the energy to properly follow through.
Deliberately, unabashedly ugly, The Lighthouse is not an easy watch, but a striking exercise in claustrophobia that is sure to leave a mark.
The King is dispassionate, and sometimes drab, but it keeps Shakespeare’s insight and recreates his literary style.
High Life tells a story of life in emptiness, of being alone in the void. It is deliberately paced, and mesmerizing in its own way.