Hotel by the River is a slight, but interesting experiment for Hong Sang-soo aficionados.
Introducing Hounds of Love, Stephen Curry began with an apology. “I apologise in advance if anyone expected The Castle.”
The World of Us is a film of childhood friendship, and therefore it’s a film about rituals of social exclusion.
A gentle, thoughtful reflection on how family punctures our most elaborately-conceived fictions.
Behemoth’s immensity gives way to wounded specificity, in an elegy aching with pain.
Disney’s underdog Ugandan chess story digs a little deeper into the difficulties of overcoming disadvantage.
Personal Shopper offers a challenging reflection upon identity and spirituality, enriched by Kristen Stewart’s extratextual resonance with its themes. Also, there are ghosts.