The Father plays out almost like a psychological thriller, but one filled with emotion and empathy
The last thing I expected was a slow, moody film influenced by 70s occult horror, but that’s exactly what Gretel & Hansel is.
Despite its flaws, The Rhythm Section is a worthy film that stands as a more challenging, more rewarding counterpoint to most mainstream thrillers.
The latest from writer/director Guy Ritchie is excessive in a way that leaves you scratching your head rather than enjoying yourself.
The new movie Joker is incredibly strong, but not flawless. Watch the full video for my thoughts on what works and what could be better.
What Ad Astra lacks in emotional depth, it nearly makes up for elsewhere.
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