'The Standoff at Sparrow Creek' is about people with their backs against the wall, and one man trying to keep the last vestiges of family
There’s an allure to everything in 'In Fabric', as even its smallest jokes feel representative of some larger conversation about the items we purchase and
'Roma' is far and away one of the great achievements in cinema, utilizing the art form to transport the viewer somewhere they don’t know well,
'Boy Erased' shows power by shying away from making broad claims in a situation that is not always black-and-white.
'Killing' is another triumph for Japanese auteur Shinya Tsukamoto, who continues to confront and subvert genre cinema in a way that most other assault slyly.
'The Wind' starts off with promise, and feels like something that could have been done much better - a bad movie with plenty of potential.
'Shadow' feels like a triumph of martial arts cinema that feels like a masterclass in how to tell a story with action.
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