The Spierig Brothers’ latest venture into heavily-traveled genre territory – this time, supernatural horror – yields a watchable film that gets lost in the formula.
We are all upset that Daniel Day Lewis is retiring. However, Olivia was able to hold back the tears long enough to review his final film, “The Phantom Thread”.
Guillermo del Toro delivers a fantasy romance that expresses the beauty and struggles of love in all its forms.
The Greatest Showman is dominated by sweeping musical numbers and Hugh Jackman’s immense talent, though the story and characters beyond this are somewhat swept to side.
Downsizing injects genuine comedy storytelling into a wacky premise, resulting in a meaningful if imperfect romp into an absurd world.
James Franco’s retelling of Tommy Wiseau’s fateful filmmaking venture The Room is mercifully empathetic in its characterisation of the man and his creation.
Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by My Name paints a memorable, vivid romance through undeniable chemistry and evocative filmmaking.