Haneke seems to have a pretty dim view of humanity, if this film is any indication.
As I continue to think about the film’s events, I’ve grown to appreciate it more and more.
The film presents a perspective on the Iraq war that is far removed from the talking heads.
A beautiful, nostalgic samurai film that often feels like a retread of The Twilight Samurai… which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
I can see how the film would be epic at the time but it’s hard to look past the film’s dated-ness and timely flaws.
Silly, cheesy, and fluffy — and unashamedly so.
This is a movie you watch purely for the sheer joy of gasping at one insane stunt after another.
Kim packs “A Tale of Two Sisters” with atmosphere and tension to spare.
Stevens’ love for crafting beautiful, complex arrangements is still in full effect.
I really feel nothing but an ambivalence towards this, the final Star Wars prequel.
My Education still continues to evoke a strong response from me, which counts for something in a genre that has become increasingly glutted in recent years.
Skipping the fan service, this Full Metal Panic spin-off focuses on goofy humor.
Crash is not a movie to be enjoyed, to be dissected, or to be analyzed; it is a movie to be absorbed, acknowledged, and contemplated.