You might not like It: Chapter Two. But I loved it.
The Farewell is well-crafted, undeniably, but it’s not for me.
Whatever the controversies surrounding this film, you can’t deny the captivating atmosphere that Zahler has crafted.
There’s a spark of originality in Burn, though it’s near smothered by its more-than-familiar elements.
The Nightingale is a spare, brutal portrait of the realities of Australian colonialism: murder, genocide and rape.
There’s a glimmer of a good, even great, film lurking within Midsommar, even if it’s ultimately disappointing.
The Lion King adds nothing. All it does is subtract.