Written by Patrick Hao At a certain point, Woody Allen is never going to change. His constant grappling of the meaningless of life, fixation on younger women, and the European cinema of Bergman, Fellini, and Godard have been a consistent … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 80/100 “Reality is lousy,” proclaims Marchino (Marlon Joubert). That is why, according to him, and (apparently) according to Frederico Fellini, we make movies, but is that the only reason? That’s the question driving Paolo Sorrentino’s latest, … Continue reading.