Written by Michael Clawson 75/100 “Be afraid, be very afraid.” A line my dad quoted all the time when I was growing up, so it was fun to finally it hear in context. Absolutely wild practical makeup and effects, far … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 86/100 Nolan revisits all the pieces of formulaic ingenuity that have risen him to the pinnacle of non-franchise blockbuster cinema, and it's fun. The whole time you're there, it's a good time. When it's done, you … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 100/100 Achingly beautiful, mesmerizing and mysterious. I loved both Secret Sunshine and Poetry, but Lee Chang Dong's latest is next level as it combines the emotional complexity and nuance of those earlier works with a newly … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 80/100 As The Death of Louis XIV begins and the opening credits roll, we hear the sound of some unseen, rickety vehicle. I assumed it was a horse-drawn carriage, but no, it’s just an old man … Continue reading.