Doug Dillaman ★★★★★ 18
Speculation has abounded about Terrence Malick's latest, that it might be something "more conventional". It is, and it isn't. Here's how it is: it has its clearest dramatic structure since…
Honestly this coming of age ritual is a lot tamer than the one in my hometown, which involves guzzling Elmer’s glue, being run over by a golf cart while the…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Sean Baker 9
Saw it on the big screen at the Golden Apricot Film Festival. Definitely felt like a Gilliam film... just not one of his best.
But it looks great. From IMDB:…
Sometimes sublime anamorphic impropriety wrought from the dregs of another utopia-in-mind gone sour at what amounts to reality—one long montage picaresque—where money is never the motive (that’s fun). Best femmed…
Jake Mulligan ★★★★
Huston's greatest strength may be his close-ups. How he's willing to let actors create and contain the nuances and subtleties of his films, rather than use film grammar and camera…
Nate Fisher ★★★★★
Reviewed on the Body Double Oscars Special.
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