I’m a sucker for a good gimmick. And what better gimmick for a film about Vincent van Gogh than to hand paint every damn frame?
You know you’re onto a good thing when your primary complaint about it is that there isn’t enough of it.
Is Sawyer a sane if damaged individual exploited by a system designed to suck insurance dollars out of her? Or is everything we’re seeing a delusion concocted by an unwell mind?
I could not believe it. Trixie Mattel in the Hall of Fame and fans are calling it rigga morris?
Truth or Dare is just bad enough to be fun.
Wildling is the latest in a series of films to be inspired by real-life abduction and imprisonment cases like that of Jaycee Dugard and Elizabeth Fritzl.
Watching Rampage, I came to two realisations.
One: I haven’t really liked a Dwayne Johnson movie for years.
Two: His movies all have the same problem. They’re not funny enough.
Here, Lanthimos imagines a world where ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ are false signifiers concealing human selfishness.
If you want carefully-crafted scares built from a unique premise, you should venture into A Quiet Place.
I suppose this was inevitable. Adventure Time’s lustre was always going to fade for me at some point.