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A textbook in low budget filmmaking.
Kai White ★★½ 5
First, the movie itself. It’s good, something of a lightweight John Ford type of idea in the woods of Queensland. Married settlers Matthew (John O’Malley) and Jane O’Riordan (Thelma Scott)…
Sean Baker 25
Ambitious, bold and beautiful. Easily one of my faves of the year. Mind boggling that the Spirits and Gothams didn’t give this film more love. A big screen experience for…
Spike Lee’s films have always been torn between progressive racial politics and toxic masculinity, but his late work has seen him re-examine that conflict, and strain at the outer limits…
Will Sloan ★★½ 2
Unbelievably depressing to watch this on Netflix. Should've had to devote an evening to sitting quietly in a cinema surrounded by people to see a new dispatch from Maestro Spike…
Hitchcock does Renoir: A series of social exchanges spinning ever out of control.
Jonah Hill’s debut film is a really soulful, special work, and one of the most evocative period pieces about growing up in the 90s that I’ve seen. Shot like a…