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.
"Old" features M. Night Shyamalan's strongest twist in some time, but is it too little too late at this point in his career?
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.
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]
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]