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Sam Van Hallgren ★★★★★ 15
The first morally dubious film score?
Along with the rest of it, frikin' brilliant. Like best of decade great.
Josh Larsen ★★½ 2
Considered for my Top 5 Films of 1988 list on Filmspotting. Not entirely successful, but I'd still describe it as must-see. I think it's at its best when it embraces…
Adam Kempenaar ★★★★★ 7
I’ve long believed that the two summits of mise en scène in the history of cinema are Carl Dreyer’s Ordet and Jacques Tati’s Playtime..."
Because Jonathan Rosenbaum isn't wrong.
daveyjenkins ★★★★★ 31
No plot. No central character. No antagonist. No defined purpose for side characters. No threat. No three acts. No jokes. No punchlines. No explanations. No internal references. No catchphrases. No…
Josh Larsen ★★★½
Moss is spectacular, both as a foil for Philip and as the one who must get us to see his charming side. It all comes together in a bravura close-up,…