One of Kaufman’s most experimental works, this film is an intriguing trip that blurs the border between memory and reality.
Knives Out has a smart script, a brilliant cast, and a humor as sharp as its title suggest. It is not the whodunit you expect; it is better.
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.
Hereditary will methodically target your deepest insecurities, your most primal fears, undermine whatever defenses you’ve built around them, and then ravage them with chilling ruthlessness.