The Nightingale serves as both a powerful exploration of the past (from the perspective of the exploited) and a gripping vision of resilience in the face of unfathomable hate, greed, and cruelty.
The Nightingale delivers an indelible vision of inhumanity perpetuated by colonialism and white privilege.
feels both cautionary and elegiac; it is obviously relevant in these times of extremism and the rise of small town tyrannies.
After the Wedding never finds its emotional rhythm; melodramatic confrontations about betrayals and past choices lurch clunkily along.
D. A. Pennebaker was inventive, dogged, and had the ability to win people’s trust.
Quentin Tarantino delights in exhausting his audiences as much as he does in entertaining them.
A genre debut as self-assured as Luz is always exciting.
Rip Torn. Great name, better actor.
Under the Silver Lake would be infuriating were its Charlie Kaufman-inspired adventures not so entertaining.
This is a perfect guilty pleasure, an old fashioned B-movie without a franchise, explosions, overly recognizable actors, or exhausting mano a mano violence.