Let’s face it, Tenet sucks, but at least it is a bold experiment.
Drawing from completely different art forms, director Roy Andersson’s gallery of moving images defies cinematic categorization.
Filmmakers have been exploring the teenage experience for decades. But one of the most compelling, intensely emotional depictions of teenage doubt took place in a movie you almost certainly haven’t heard of.
When I fist heard about The Crown, I thought it would be pretty boring. I am happy that I was wrong.
The idea of a spiritual show sounds almost funny. The good thing is The Midnight Gospel actually is a spiritual experience.
I’m Thinking of Ending Things is a beautiful work of art that invites the audience to find its meaning. A refreshing take in a time when indie movies love nothing more than hitting you over the head with their heavy-handed metaphors.
Jak sie masz! Borat Sagdiyev, everyone’s favorite gray-suited, misogynistic, antisemitic, mustachioed, Kazakhi journalist is back! Well, maybe not everyone’s favorite. Once again, Sascha Baron Cohen manages to simultaneously entertain as well as offend in this new iteration of his perhaps most controversial alter ego. And yet, for all his comedic dare-devil antics, it is Maria Bakalova, the 24-year old Bulgarian actress who plays daughter Tutar, who ultimately steals the fakumentary/political satire/road movie/coming of age story/freak show.
It’s been 45 years since Jaws was released in theaters. With the advent of CGI and refined special effects, can this classic film still terrorize modern audiences? Let’s take a look at what makes the horror of Jaws so effective.
There is something curious and mysterious about the countryside.
If there’s a thing or two we can learn from movies, it is definitely that a dystopian future does not have to be our destiny.