TIFF 2019: Jojo Rabbit - Review
Jojo Rabbit is an important piece of comedy that wants to confront hatred head on, a charming and clever film with something very important to say.
TIFF 2019: The Lighthouse - Review
A beautiful yet repulsive experience that emulates sea madness, it will creep into the dark corners of your mind.
The Midsommar Director's Cut Highlights Ari Aster's Knack for Visual Storytelling
The Director's Cut reiterates what a talent Aster is, how capably the actors performed, and how great the film is overall.
Venice Film Festival 2019: The King - Review
At its strongest during conflict, whether it be the fast retorts in courtroom debates or battles to death, The King excels at showing that a King is never free of war.
It Chapter Two Review - A Worthy, Gory Sequel That Places Heart Before Scares
This is a horror blockbuster, one designed for the big screen, and one that always places the heart and characters above the scares.
A Million Little Pieces - Review
Aaron Taylor‐Johnson plays James Frey in this adaptation of the controversial memoir about the author's time in a rehabilitation centre.
Venice Film Festival 2019: Joker - Review
Todd Phillips’ origin story for one of cinema's most iconic villains goes to places most comicbook films wouldn't dare.
The Souvenir Review - Joanna Hogg's Latest Is Beautiful And Profound
The Souvenir is a look at the kind of love affair whose pains lingers in the mind and take a lifetime to digest.
Venice Film Festival 2019: Ad Astra - Review
Brad Pitt shines as a hard-jawed, stoic astronaut in this introspective space odyssey from The Lost City of Z director James Gray.
Venice Film Festival 2019: Marriage Story - Review
A sharp, devastating and occasionally hilarious relationship drama.