Dune is a bit lengthy, hangs on shots and scenes too long and doesn’t do a great job explaining things, yet I loved every last second of it.
A flawless deconstruction of the unholy trinity of truth, honor and avarice.
Lamb is a folktale that starts off wrong and revels in its decision to stay that way.
The bumps along the way quickly disappear in the rearview mirror, leaving you alone to enjoy the rest of the ride.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye keeps all (other) eyes on Jessica Chastain as she inhabits the controversial first lady of televangelism.
In his latest film, Father Time is the one offering up the infamous line, “Go ahead, make my day.”
Malignant evokes horror movies of a bygone era and builds slowly to an amazingly bonkers reveal and finale.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings introduces new characters, offers them a chance to save the world and prepares them for what will come along down the line.
Candyman transcends standard horror fare because of creative filmmaking choices and a believable cast.
Its meaty film noir elements and drenching atmosphere nearly carry the film on their own.
The plot methodically seeps into every dark corner of your mind.