A superior, if common, studio franchise effort
Guy Ritchie’s update on the Arthurian legend is a mess. But it has some moments.
A mediocre movie affords Rachel the chance to reflect on the state of women in comedy.
With a $200 Million budget, that’s failing.
A potent reminder of what we already knew: we are in deep trouble
Recommendations, schedule permitting, for festival viewing.
Unborn baby demands mommy murder, at this year’s MSPIFF
The Truth Beneath South Korea, Lee Kyoung-mi In the late 1990s the Korean New Wave of cinema exploded onto the international film landscape with fierce violence and psychological intensity. If that new wave has ended, it is only because the nation is now established as one the world’s most exciting film industries. The latest export to […]
How does a hyper-sexualized body function when separated from the mind it holds?
The French Kristen Stewart ghost movie you’ve been waiting for.