A beautiful, nostalgic samurai film that often feels like a retread of The Twilight Samurai… which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
The film presents a perspective on the Iraq war that is far removed from the talking heads.
As I continue to think about the film’s events, I’ve grown to appreciate it more and more.
Haneke seems to have a pretty dim view of humanity, if this film is any indication.
Kim packs “A Tale of Two Sisters” with atmosphere and tension to spare.
This is a movie you watch purely for the sheer joy of gasping at one insane stunt after another.
Silly, cheesy, and fluffy — and unashamedly so.
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.
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.
It’s been far too long since the world has had the pleasure of hearing Matthews’ croon and gorgeous arrangements.