There’s not a lot of poetry in The Untamed.
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Twenty years removed from its original release, Chasing Amy feels at once outdated and relevant…
Manages to traverse a multitude of subjects: Vietnam, racial tension, terrorism, true crime, white privilege,…
The baroque visual flourishes fail to account for the lack of emotional depth.
Sleight has a secret identity: A bad movie.
The Student turns a familiar coming-of-age scenario into a morally wrought conflict.
Each of Gray's films at least partially centers on Conradian questions of self-discovery.
No amount of cultural expertise can substitute novel thought.
It's not much more than a fancy exploitation film.
Could this French-Belgian cannibal thriller truly be as gruesome, gory and disturbing as people say…