A frustratingly straightforward and shallow Western.
Wes Anderson has established a signature style over the last few decades and The French Dispatch strays little from it, besides prominent usage of black-and-white rather than vivid color for most of the film’s three short stories.… continue
Mike Mills makes a well-worn narrative radiate with new urgency.
A charming, personal story about understanding our creative influences and how we let them shape us.
A film that doesn't quite meet its great lead performance.
A stellar chamber drama in the aftermath of a school shooting.
Disfluency explores important issues with raw honesty and grace.
An exciting, essential drama about a family coming apart.
A drama that defies expectations of an all-too-familiar story.
A short but effective tale of breaking free from cycles of hate and pain.
What seems like a cabin-in-the-woods slasher flick turns into something far more frightening.
Luzzu is a basic but effective story about a young man choosing between the man he wants to be and the man he has to be.… continue
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