Dry genre comedy yields way to stark meta-commentary.
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Author: Luke Hicks
The flames are burning on all sides.
The festival of master auteurs is a one-stop shop for perfect shots.
Hoult and Collins shine in an otherwise ordinary biopic.
Nobody makes movies as lush, witty, wonderfully bizarre, and strangely sexual as Peter Strickland.
For all the anti-Marvel moviegoers out there—I am one of you, but I must admit we're overlooking a very significant something.
The catastrophic historical explosion is ushered back into the cultural spotlight 33 years after occurring with the treatment of HBO's high production value.
In Claire Denis' spaceship, there is a "better way" to masturbate.
The outrage surrounding the Academy's consistently poor decision-making isn't for nothing. The whole voting process is fueled by thoughtlessness.
Will Cuaron make cinematography history with 'Roma'? Or will 'Cold War' "steal" the award like it "stole" Bradley Cooper's Oscar nom, which Cooper never had. Only in a fictive, predicted world in the …