an unabashedly outrageous and perverted comeback story that in all its characters’ disgraces comes to be a fascinating indictment of fragile masculinity w a ton of heart. sean baker is such an exciting and unflinching filmmaker- someone who isn’t afraid to turn it over to those who have been forgotten, and giving them a compassionate lens to voice their stories. many of the characters here (most of them) are not good people- but they are people nonetheless, and baker shows…
the local art house theater was playing blade runner (final cut of course) for one night only, and rewatching on the big screen was legitimate church. a science fiction noir that’s inquisition is to cut to the core of what makes us human.
took my dad w me since he has never seen it- made for a very nice night
No horror film has ever got under my skin like The Witch did. No horror film has ever scared me the way The Witch did.
Robert Eggers gives, what I find to be, the best direction of 2016.
There is no horror film like this. There is no film like this.
It's eerie. It's chilling. But it's oddly beautiful.
The first and second acts of Moonlight are absolutely incredible. They are perfect in every sense. Yet when the third act comes along, there is a detachment.
When we meet Black, or a young adult Chiron it comes to be almost boring. The script doesn't give Black anything interesting. Maybe Chiron or Little was never interesting but he what surrounding him was.
Still deserved Best Picture.