There is something triumphant about Reeves’ The Batman, and I do like where the film leaves the character before the screen fades to black. But so many aspects don’t come together, each refusing to resonate no matter how much I wished otherwise.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy has only gotten better with age.
Branagh remains a sublime Poirot, and his direction of the material is frequently marvelous.
Guillermo del Toro’s ambitious adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946 novel Nightmare Alley might be the most visually stunning motion picture I’ve seen this year. If only I felt the same about the film’s emotional components.
Werewolves Within is likely going to make my 2021 top ten list. It’s great.
The beat just felt a little off, and I can’t say I think that’s going to change if I were to give Last Night in Soho a second chance to win me over in the future.
“I wanted to make something entertaining, but a film that also resonates emotionally.”
– Ruth Platt
Martyrs Lane walks down its own unique moonlit path with imaginative determination.
For Kurosawa, Wife of a Spy is proof the director renowned in the late 1990s and throughout the 2000s as a modern master of horror hasn’t lost an ounce of his creative acumen.