The Handmaiden serves up more twists and turns than a 1950s dance marathon.
Easily the best work of Derek Cianfrance’s 30-year career
Me Before You is like watching a Nicholas Sparks story without the absurdity.
The Lobster is a bit like contemplating the 10-pound sack of sugar at Costco.
Love & Friendship feels like an ornate beer stein filled with plain old Budweiser.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 sadly feels more like a big fat disappointing sequel.
Knight of Cups will coerce you into contemplating the benefits of seppuku.
How to Be Single is a handful of very loosely connected subplots of extremely dubious distinction.
The Choice is every bit as banal as Wes Anderson’s film’s are quirky.
A beautifully shot film with some very nice (but flawed) moments.