"Waves," directed by Trey Edward Shults, is a cinematic wonder that delves into the multifaceted nature of human existence. Shults masterfully weaves a narrative that cuts deep into the complexities of human relationships, family, love, loss, and redemption. The film's storytelling is a rollercoaster of emotions, taking viewers on a journey through the highs and lows of life, leaving a profound impact. It's a raw and emotionally charged exploration of the human experience that resonates long after the credits roll.…
"Foe," directed by Garth Davis, features great performances by Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal, but it struggles to capture the depth and intrigue of Iain Reid's source material. Ronan and Mescal deliver compelling portrayals. However, the film's adaptation falls short of the thought-provoking and suspenseful narrative presented in Reid's novel.
While Ronan and Mescal shine in their roles, "Foe" ultimately leaves fans of the book longing for the depth and tension that Reid's writing provided. The film struggles to capture…
Another great film by Felix van Groeningen. A long epic about the bonding of two people through the years. Beautifully shot in a way that the mountains which play an integral part in the film and the characters' relationships appear magnificent and awe-inspiring. That magnificence carries the view from the beginning of the movie all the way to the very last minute.
The movie is about a human relationship, which spans several decades and yet for some reason the protagonist…