Popping in and out of Jerrod's newest special gives it a very fleeting but dream-like quality. The camera is always sorta floating and some audience moments feel a bit surreal - it all feels good.
It is a bummer, though.
Gonna be thinking about this all week.
A split narrative that functions separated, but works wonders when the two worlds meet. The war is really a supporting component to a film that is primarily concerned with the bonds we form with people we barely know. Your husband, your father, your brother, your friend, etc. Wonderful stuff.
I'm happy to report that Garrett Hedlund finally has a role that is worthy of his abilities, and that Jason Mitchell is a true…
Okay, but do you motherfuckers remember when Colin Farrell threw a turtle??
In THE BEGUILED, Sofia Coppola writes and directs an airtight Southern Gothic narrative about fragile masculinity and gender politics, teeming with subtext and sexuality. It's awesome.
What Coppola manages to do with 90 minutes is what most filmmakers wish to do with the entirety of their careers, and she does it effortlessly. Not only is her film solid as hell, it's hysterical and a blast to watch with…