Christian Cortave ★★★★½ 3
NYFF 2020: Film #2
I’m floored, Nomadland was absolutely incredible. Chloé Zhao made her best film to date and this is truly our first true big contender. At least 5…
Zack Heisey ★★★★½
Sometimes a movie comes out that treats it’s characters with such profound empathy that it doesn’t even seem like a movie anymore. It seems like you’re watching a life.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Marquise! ★★★★★ 8
Chloé's mastery for showing compassion and everyday beauty for the working class is second nature. She captures artistry not only in the breathtaking cinematography but also with despair, loneliness, and…
Josh Jacobs ★★★★½
Name a better duo than Chloe Zhao and Joshua James Richards, i'll wait!
Soulful and lyrical in spades, anchored by Frances McDormand, magic hour in the desert, and…
It’s simply exquisite. Zhao’s camera hovers around Fern as if pulled in by the gravitational force that is Frances McDormand.
Everyone has a reason they’re here and all of them…
James Newling ★★½
‘Enola Holmes’ is at best a fairly straightforward, average teen film, carried by a fabulous cast full of regrettably bored performances, with the exception of that of Millie Bobby Brown,…
Josh Jacobs ★★½
ten minutes of story stretched to fill a feature length runtime
jenny slate is the best part, followed by bill murray who sort of seems like he's playing…