Instead of adding to the film’s immersive experience, All Quiet on the Western Front booms to the point where it becomes intrusive.
Living and vital, Crimes of the Future views and appeals to the transformational reality of the body in a personal yet urgent way.
Matt Reeves makes The Batman as strikingly impressive as a variation on the same idea.
Ranking of Kings has laid down the hidden meaning of a chain that is only as little as an eye to be the weakest.
Paul Thomas Anderson takes the audience through such chapters in Licorice Pizza.
Much of the sarcasm and peculiarities associated with the Coens’ black-and-white films are absent from The Tragedy of Macbeth, as well as much of their distinctive humour.
Tick Tick Boom be a fantastic fusion between musical theater and musical drama.
Uncut Gems is a testament to the scheme surrounding the Safdies.
Arcane is Riot’s masterpiece.
Encanto makes for an optimistic outlook for a film that many will flock to, but it is one of the more enjoyable animated films.