A very fetching little musical romance that eschews the usual tropes associated with both musicals and romances.
It just doesn’t get any more freaking awesome than Chinese Super Ninjas.
This brilliant action sequence whets your appetite while barely preparing you for the martial arts mayhem to come.
Hopefully, this collection of odds and sods from Manual’s archives presages a sea change in Jonas Munk’s career.
A beautiful, aesthetic scene to watch as well as one full of signature kick-ass moments.
It undercuts viewers’ expectations and forces us to rethink our assumptions and expectations, to question why we got so excited in the first place.
The Sacrifice has often been labelled Tarkovsky’s “last will and testament.”
Every TIFF lineup I’ve seen to date has been great, but this year’s lineup seems especially so.
In one brief, spiteful speech, the film’s “hero” sums up all that is wrong with modern society.
This was the movie that first got me thinking about “scenes I go back to.”
Jackie Chan wants you to know that only he, and no mere mortal, can pull something like that off.
A mix of manic comedy, inventive camerawork, absurdism, and a surprisingly touching bit of family drama.
The album’s mix of musical traditions from around the world is both improvisational and intimate.
To this day, the movie’s effects remain some of my favorites.
Halo is a phenomena of epic proportions that moves beyond mere video games.
It may be the height of fantasy, but there’s still great, undeniable Truth contained within these minutes.
Transcends mere obscenity through amazing dialog and stellar performances.
This film’s stunning visuals forever changed my view of the country of Iran.