Changing culture requires shifts in thinking as radical as adapting to virtual reality.
There’s very little substance, with only a meager bit of exposition providing any kind of throughline, yet the film confounds in its modest ambitions.
This grim movie presents Adrien Brody’s character, a garbageman named Clean, as the wronged party in an unforgiving world.
The case at the center of the film is about, you guessed it, a missing girl, and when new attention reveals harrowing information, it sends David and Lisa on an all-consuming pursuit for the truth, which may be in reach.
Just as Shankar provided the music for several films, several films have been made about the music legend.
As the two women spiral deeper and deeper into Epstein conspiracy theories, Noelle begins exhibiting her own odd behavior.
While reaching some poignant emotional moments, Calzada has a frustrating tendency to linger too long, letting the score overtake the poignancy and verge into cheap melodrama.
Is it a cinematic narrative or a heart-wrenching documentary? The story of a partnership, or a classic character study? A tale of love overcoming obstacles, or of opposing identities colliding?
Billed as a genre-defying murder mystery, the only thing this tone-deaf pastiche-fest defies is a reason to be seen.
In a world whose problems are far from over, this article is dedicated to the tens of thousands of people who know that there is a place in the Loop where good art films can be found, where a respite from reality can lead to a greater understanding of it.
The film and its cast earned many awards and nominations, but perhaps Girls Trip’s largest reward is the sheer number of television shows centering Black womanhood and friendship that’ve been green-lit since.
There’s not much to recommend here.
Dumont’s signature inscrutability remains intriguing but perhaps more frivolous here; Seydoux’s inspired performance helps to ground it.
It’s a spy movie made for streaming while scrolling your phone or surfing the web.
Since 2017, January Giallo has celebrated the subgenre of Italian cinema popular in the 70s and 80s, known for applying striking psychedelic cinematography and shocking graphic violence to whodunit plots.