Written by Taylor Baker "McDonagh using this North African desert backdrop fashions a moral tale around sexuality, death, and classicism without ever really wading too profoundly in any particular genre's feeling. The central event on which the film is predicated … Continue reading.
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Written by Jeff Sparks This isn’t the first time Noé has used flashing lights, but here he takes it to the extreme, creating possibly the most visually stunning scene of his career, that is if you can keep your eyes … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 75/100 There is a simple beauty to the premise of Old, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest feature. A seemingly idyllic family goes to a seemingly idyllic beachside. Of course, the families and the beachside are not quite … Continue reading.
Episode 74: Shirley / The King of Staten Island / Young Ahmed
"Filming is like a house, you have to feel comfortable in it."Luc Dardenne Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify | Stitcher | YouTube On Episode 74 of the Podcast Michael & Taylor discuss their … Continue reading.
The Neon Demon
Written by Michael Clawson 80/100 Visually and musically luscious, The Neon Demon is the latest great example of a film that rewards you for watching it in a movie theater. A dark space, large screen, and enveloping sound system (e.g. … Continue reading.