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Mad Max: Fury Road is like an insane and delirious present that reveals a newly minted gift within its wrapping paper after each viewing.
I caught this in 35mm at a dollar theater with stains on the floor and cracks in the screen, and somehow, the auditorium made George Miller's masterpiece even more operatic and richly textured. This time around, I was really taken by the ever-evolving nature of the action sequences, broken up by multiple fades to black…
i want to be turned into a giant sea turtle so i can watch this movie for 150 years.
ALSO: The Lobster Colin Farrell is *so good* that he makes True Detective Colin Farrell look like Winter's Tale Colin Farrell.
not sure i can remember a director so gracefully moving away from his native language (maybe Park Chan-wook with Stoker, but other, less recent examples elude me). in many respects, this feels like the *most* Lanthimos movie to date, a…
There can be great joy in seeing yourself onscreen. And there can be pain as well.
In The End of the Tour, Jesse Eisenberg plays a writer named David Lipsky. He has a full-time job at Rolling Stone, and he’s just published a novel. By most standard definitions, he would be considered "successful." But his novel’s gone mostly unnoticed and writing boy band profiles isn’t exactly fulfilling. Something’s missing.
When David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest, published around the same time…