Saturday, February 24, 2018

In the Fade features strong acting to deliver dark message about...

After winning the Golden Globe for best foreign language film earlier this month, In the Fade was snubbed in the same category by the...

Happy End: Apathy as melodrama never felt so dull — a...

Though still celebrated for his dark observations of human nature in the ‘90s, Austrian director Michael Haneke has made some strong movies in his...

Phantom Thread shows how love transcends tension of power dynamics —...

Phantom Thread, the new film by Paul Thomas Anderson, is all that you want in a love story but nothing you'd expect. With every...

I, Tonya presents complex picture of truth and sympathy of hated...

The world of celebrity can be a difficult. You can be admired and hated at the turn of a dime. But sometimes you can...

Call Me By Your Name celebrates multi-dimensional quality of loving at...

For all its patient development, one of the year's most entertaining and transporting films has to be Call Me By Your Name. Though it's about...

Tonal issues in Star Wars: The Last Jedi reveals problems with...

When I saw Looper back in 2012 (Looper smartens up sci-fi tropes to riveting effect) there was no denying director Rian Johnson had found his niche...

Lady Bird celebrates rites of growing up with dynamic humor and...

No animal symbolizes escape and freedom better than a bird. The notion for earthbound dreamers that one could spring into the air and fly...

The Killing of a Sacred Deer shortchanges satire for misanthropy —...

With previous movies like Dogtooth (2009), Alps (2011) and most recently The Lobster (The Lobster offers brilliant satire of the corrupted expectations of human coupling),...

My Friend Dahmer vividly explores the anti-social life of a would-be...

Though My Friend Dahmer is about infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, its focus is not on the murders, rapes, necrophilia and cannibalism he committed...

The Square fingers the social BS of privileged class — a...

While Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s previous film, the incredible Force Majeure (Force Majeure asks men to confront manliness in stark but droll narrative —...