Jane Campion’s claustrophobic, slow-burn western dials up the queer subtext of Thomas Savage’s source novel.
Twenty-five years on, this adaptation of the classic Henry James novel offers an unflinching study of female sorrow.
Franz Rogowski and Ben Whishaw play lovers driven apart when one of them has an affair with Adèle Exarchopoulos.
This captivating, emotionally eloquent Haruki Murakami adaptation from Ryūsuke Hamaguchi is one of 2021’s must-see movies.
The director’s 2002 drama about life on a London housing estate is a film of bleak moments and occasional hope.
We have all been there. You are on the road, alone behind the wheel of your automobile, and you begin to feel a strange sense of threat. Another car comes a little too close for comfort, making itself known in a way that suggests an antagonistic force in its driver’s seat. Maybe they were going […]
Jonathan Larson’s acclaimed musical receives the Lin-Manuel Miranda treatment – for better or for worse. Time seems to have been a particular obsession of Jonathan Larson, creator of the hit Broadway show “Rent”, and it dictates the structure (and title) of his earlier, most overtly autobiographical effort “Tick, Tick… Boom!” Lin-Manuel Miranda’s breathless screen adaptation […]
Back in theaters this week, Hideaki Anno’s feature film finale breaks hearts, bodies and the fourth wall. TAlthough the finality of its title is becoming a misnomer, due to the new “Rebuild of Evangelion” trilogy of films, The End of Evangelion is a powerful conclusion. Designed to replace the last two controversial episodes of Neon […]
First director Amjad Abu Alala’s meditative drama is about an existential prophecy in a Sudanese village. WWithout wanting to sound casual, Amjad Abu Alala’s emotionally torturous debut feature plays out like a classic teenage angst movie, in which a brooding youth becomes obsessed with the prospect of his untimely demise. Its story does not take […]
An entertaining dive into the adventure-filled adventures of famous oceanographer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau. Scaught up in the splendor, the silence and the harmony of the sea, Jacques “Jeke” Cousteau, with his characteristic red knit cap and his deeply rooted nomadic instincts, was only truly happy underwater. Liz Garbus’s documentary attempts a direct dive into […]
Eva Husson’s debut album in English is a watered-down adaptation of Graham Swift’s eponymous novel. Shas somewhere at the heart of Eva Husson’s period drama Mothering Sunday is a story worth telling. The director makes her English debut with an adaptation of Graham Swift’s 2016 novel of the same name – written for the screen […]
This documentary-biography tour celebrates the remarkable life and career of cult musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland. OOne of the most tragic victims of homophobia, transphobia and racism is the art they have erased; too many artists have been partially or totally silenced by hostile environments. This makes a movie like Keyboard Fantasies all the more important as […]
ADespite being made after the so-called Golden Age of the musical, Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins’ West Side Story remains a glittering touchstone for the genre – its catchy soundtrack, fluid choreography, and Breathtaking ensemble numbers often imitated but never improved upon. A tale of doomed lovers and rival gangs set in 1950s New York […]
Reward of Youn Yuh-jung – probably the most enduring star in Korean cinema A brand new retrospective on the London Korean Movie Pageant reveals the wealthy and diversified profession of the veteran actor. WWestern audiences might solely have identified Korean actor Youn Yuh-jung when she gained an Oscar earlier this yr for her efficiency because […]
SCertainly somebody someplace is aware of what NFTs are past the equally impenetrable descriptor of ‘non-fungible token’, however each try to elucidate this burgeoning new product inevitably creates extra questions than it may be. ‘solves it. They’re principally digital property that you simply purchase with some huge cash, besides that they’re particular in a sure […]
Robert Levon Been on the Card Counter Scoring The co-founder of the Black Insurgent Bike Membership displays on the confrontation with director Paul Schrader. Robert Levon Been met director Paul Schrader by his late father, Michael Been, co-founder and singer of American rock group The Name, who starred within the Martin Scorsese movie scripted by […]
Paul Schrader continues his God’s Lonely Man mission with Oscar Isaac as a tormented skilled poker participant. HListed below are the principles of The Card Counter ingesting recreation: If you see a personality having a drink within the film, it’s important to match them. Tom Collins with Tanqueray. Double Jack Daniels. Double Johnnie Walker. Manhattan. […]
Chloe Zhao remixes the Marvel Cinematic Universe mannequin with this ethereal tackle the traditional superhero saga. Mpossibly it was the results of naivety, or simply misplaced extra of optimism, but it surely was unhappy to witness the relentless stacking that Chloe Zhao’s Eternals acquired roughly from the second it was made public that she could […]
Kristen Stewart is the saving grace in director Pablo Larraín’s sluggish and inert biopic about Princess Diana. With movies resembling Tony Manero and Publish Mortem, Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín has made a reputation for himself as a supplier of grim investigations into life below dictatorship that highlights terror, oppression and violence. sudden violence. With Spencer, […]
IIf you wish to perceive the state of J-horror within the mid-2000s, look no additional than Wes Craven’s remake of Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Pulse. In a ultimate try to reinvigorate the style for American audiences, Craven took a slow-burning social commentary on rampant loneliness and turned it right into a standard-priced ghost story – with extra […]