Entanglement is neither likable enough nor sad enough in its own right.
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By the time we arrive at “the incident,” though, the filmmakers begin distorting and exploiting…
The thin plotting and even thinner characterizations make the whole thing feel trivial.
Mr. Roosevelt toes the line between warmly endearing and overly precious.
In Dheepan, Audiard does the very thing his characters are trying to avoid: he blows…
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is almost unrelentingly bleak, which makes its glimpses of hope…
The films of Todd Haynes revel in surfaces but thrive in the margins.
You learn to love the rope.
78/52 offers a commanding and deeply thoughtful experience in spite of its narrow premise.
Eliza Hittman captures burgeoning teenage sexuality with frankness, vulnerability and tremendous interior detail.