But nothing gets in the way of Luc Besson’s wondrous imagination.
A strange film that reminds us to respect the dignity of life.
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.
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.
Table 19 is probably a few years too late.
Fighting against becoming what you were made to be. With lots of violence, too.
That’s not a good thing.