The King of Staten Island isn’t going to be anyone’s favourite film. But it’s nice. It feels authentic. It’s even a little moving from time-to-time.
The Assistant is an important corrective to bombastic Hollywood takes on this subject.
We Summon the Darkness is a perfectly competent horror film.
You can’t fault Robert Eggers’ ambition.
The focus is on the impressive camerawork… which would have been more powerful in service of a memorable story.
Nazi-centric films don’t tend to be particularly fun. Enter Taika Waititi.
Sorry We Missed You’s heartfelt social realism has a smack of truth that inoculates it from accusations of exploitation.
At its best, Blinded by the Light is an encapsulation of the power of music.
Zombieland: Double Tap will sell tickets off the promise of exploding zombies and sarcastic asides. Thankfully, it has both in droves.
Joker is the first film to deliver on the promise of a different kind of superhero film.