Written by Alexander Reams "Lowery’s adaptation is the antithesis to most of Disney’s recent fare, instead of a phoned-in, rushed, and overall lackluster production quality, it feels alive, the opening sequences in London feel more creatively inspired than the entirety … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 70/100 Every time you get on a horse, you roll the dice. If it’s a good day, then you listen to each other, you forgive mistakes, you work in tandem; if it’s a bad day, well, … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 48/100 Kornél Mundruczô's Pieces of a Woman starts out with one of the most beautiful (to look) at sequences of film in the last year. But between issues with lighting continuity, general continuity, off center cinematography, … Continue reading.