The film is a bold and brash, with newbie director and political rapper Boots Riley focusing more on what he can do with the filmic medium than how to craft a perfectly told tale.
Once again, Hong Sang-soo crafted a piece that is succinctly his own, and it is sure to please Hongophiles everywhere.
Though the final thirty minutes of Darren Aronofsky’s newest film will leave you deeply disturbed for nights to come, his message relating to the women of patriarchal society will leave you deeply disturbed for days to come.
Shot in a photograph-like 1.33:1 aspect ratio, David Lowery’s newest film is one that won’t be forgotten any time soon.
Despite all the wonders of It Comes At Night, there is one massive problem: Trey Edward Shults never fully fleshes out his ideas.
There is nothing of value in Baywatch. It’s an empty, meaningless, boring excuse for a film.