6 days ago | Film and TV
By loosely remaking Jacques Deray's La Piscine, Luca Guadagnino has also crafted a waterlogged companion piece to his own I Am Love. If you've seen that unhappy film about beautiful people in a beautiful place, you'll quickly recognize the Italian...
13 days ago | Film Reviews
It takes all of a minute for the world of High-Rise to reveal its rotten core. The monolithic building of the title is dystopian chic; a pleasant string arrangement accompanies shots of a blood-soaked Tom Hiddleston spit-roasting a dog on his 25th...
20 days ago | Film Reviews
Titles notwithstanding, Jeremy Saulnier's movies are mostly crimson. The writer/director, who first turned heads with Blue Ruin and returns with Green Room, delights in high-body-count, zero-sum bloodletting. Almost every single one of his charact...
28 days ago | Film Reviews
If your first thought upon seeing the trailer for Sing Street was "Oh, the Once guy made his movie again," you're not far off. John Carney's latest is another whimsical tale of love and music conquering all, this time through the lens of an Irish ...
1 month ago | Film Reviews
The creative process of next-level artists is a siren song that has sent many a filmmaker crashing into the biopic rocks. So many of these movies ultimately conclude that there's something unknowable about such people, it almost calls the entire g...
2 months ago | Film Reviews
You could never hope to watch every single movie playing at the 35th annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, but that shouldn't stop you from seeking out the best. More than 160 features and 90 shorts make up this year's program, ...