‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Review

I hope Rian Johnson continues to make Benoit Blanc anthology films for the rest of his career. “Star Wars” doesn’t seem to be up his alley of expertise, despite liking “The Last Jedi.” That fandom is hard to please, so I think having a career around an overall positively received franchise would be a great... Continue Reading →

‘The Fabelmans’ Review

For whatever reason, it has been extremely common for directors to make autobiographical films about their childhoods lately. Kenneth Branagh’s done it, Paul Thomas Anderson’s done it, James Gray’s done it, and now Steven Speilberg’s done it. While “The Fabelmans” is certainly a great movie, it’s a far more ordinary take on the coming-of-age genre... Continue Reading →

‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ Review

Martin McDonagh’s partnership with the duo of Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson is as iconic as Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost. McDonagh has made films in between, such as “Seven Psychopaths” and the Academy Award-Winning “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” (my personal favorite of his). It has been too long since we have... Continue Reading →

‘TÁR’ Review

Few filmmakers on this planet have yet to tarnish their perfect track records. Todd Field is one of those directors. With “In the Bedroom,” “Little Children,” and after a sixteen-year hiatus, “TÁR,” he has three underrated masterpieces on his hands. The tale of Lydia Tár is one to go down in history as a chilling... Continue Reading →

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