The latest film from America’s least celebrated cinematic treasure.
Glass house, stones.
Williams elevates a mediocre film single-handedly.
Unessential comedy from a talented creative duo.
Lady Macbeth is a re-imagining of Shakespeare’s 1606 play, Macbeth. The thematic interests of this version are quite contemporary to our current moment, despite being set in mid-19th century Britain and adapted from a Russian opera from the 1930s. The pedigree for Lady Macbeth is strong, and the movie is too, for the most part. You get […]
There are two questions to ask of Atomic Blonde, the superspy action thriller starring Charlize Theron: first, how awesome are the action scenes; and second, is the film’s cloak-and-dagger plot any good? The answer to the first question is easy: the action scenes are so awesome. The film was directed by David Leitch, stunt coordinator and uncredited […]
But nothing gets in the way of Luc Besson’s wondrous imagination.
After 20 years, Nolan remains an artist on the ascendance.