Angelina Jolie’s most accomplished and powerful work yet, First They Killed My Father offers a heart-wrenching and haunting portrait of survival and national identity set against the Cambodian genocide carried out by the Khmer Rouge regime in the mid-1970s.
Ferocious. Epic. Metaphorical. Hallucinatory. Primal. Operatic. Dystopian. Mythological. Uncompromising. Revolutionary.
A true marvel of action choreography and an instant cult-classic, Mad Max: Fury Road is a breathlessly exhilarating and gloriously orchestrated cautionary tale that sets a new gold standard for action cinema with its visceral blend of relentless, testosterone-fueled, high-octane visual extravaganza, propulsive momentum, fearless direction, otherworldly creativity, unapologetic feminism, poetic grace and rich emotional crescendo that thrills, dazzles, stirs, shocks, and entertains in equal measures.
A visually, sonically and emotionally ravishing cinematic gem, The Grand Budapest Hotel dazzles with its kaleidoscopic beauty, endearing melancholy, offbeat quirkiness, delightful whimsy, ambitious scope, meticulous craftsmanship, hyper-stylized glory and magical theatricality, cementing Anderson’s status as one of the most exciting, inspiring and visionary auteurs of his generation.