‘Concrete Utopia’ hits all the necessary narrative beats to stay enjoyable and riveting throughout its rather dark and disturbing look at humanity but it also manages to say what it has to say about our human capacity for caring for others.
‘Marupok AF’ is Quark Henares’ best film. It takes his strengths – directorial finesse and a pulse of what tickles the zeitgeist – and presents a story that is so rooted in the now.
What’s great about ‘Barbie’ is that it’s an unhinged, absurdist comedy that is inherently satirical but manages to disguise its most biting commentaries in the form of silliness.
Nolan is always an interesting director who is able to push boundaries and whose visual style is just perfect for large scale storytelling.
In a cinematic landscape that is overfilled with franchises and sequels, I’m actually always eager for another Mission Impossible story. Mcquarrie and Cruise, as a partners, just have that magical touch to deliver the goods.
When ‘The Little Mermaid’ came out in 1989, I was just a ten-year old kid, who grew up on cartoons and musical theater. Watching the
For all the great filmmaking in Ben Affleck-directed ‘Air’ – from the exquisite tight shots and the deep dive into the zeitgeist of the 80s,
‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ is an unexpected visual feast that is more a love story than it is a supernatural, mythical adventure.
I’m very much welcome to this sort of insanity on screen.
‘The Black Phone’ is not your typical horror film.