Tsai’s themes of lost and lonely people crisscrossing in space takes on a new kind meaning in the form of cinematic therapy that soothes through the screen.
A Natural Evolution Of M. Night Shyamalan’s Obsession With Barriers Of Mortality, ‘Old’ Expressively Plays With Goofy Ideas In A Creatively Limiting Manner
"Old" features M. Night Shyamalan's strongest twist in some time, but is it too little too late at this point in his career?
Thanks To A Near Sedate Nicolas Cage, ‘Pig’s’ Tender Strangeness Breathes Like A Minor Miracle [Must-Watch]
No mere John Wick/Liam Neeson movie clone, no matter one's expectations going into Cage’s new movie “Pig,” you will find it merits none of the obvious comparisons.
‘Xiao Wu’ – Jia Zhangke’s Remastered Feature Debut On The Drifting Connections Of Alienated Youth [NYFF]
After hitching aboard public transportation on the way into town, a reckless pickpocket named Xiao Wu (Hongwei Wang) slouches into an open bus seat, sporting a jacket too big for him, a bright-wool sweater vest, and bug-eyed rims. “Make him pay his fare,” the driver tells the man nearest to him. “I’m a policeman,” Xiao … Continue reading ‘Xiao Wu’ – Jia Zhangke’s Remastered Feature Debut On The Drifting Connections Of Alienated Youth [NYFF]
“You Were Never Really Here” A Real Human Being… [Must-Watch]
Choosing between orange or grape soda... watching Psycho with your mother on your day off... deciding to splurge on a brand name item at the store... remember when these things mattered... There's a small little moment early on in Ramsay's film: ball-peen hammer wielding vigilante Joe - played to utter perfection by (former child actor) Joaquin Phoenix … Continue reading “You Were Never Really Here” A Real Human Being… [Must-Watch]