For all of its promise in the reunion of Ritchie and Statham, Wrath of Man is ultimately soulless.
Full review here: cinemayward.com/review/wrath-of-man/
I appreciated this doc about the independent radio movement much better on a second viewing, partly because I knew where the film was headed and therefore didn’t feel so lost in the disjointed editing/structure, and partly because it bears relevance in our contemporary “fake news” media-saturated era. A lesser Dardennes film, but compelling nonetheless.
"A Hidden Life is both the most Christian and the most political of Terrence Malick’s films. At 173 minutes, it’s also the longest, surpassing The Thin Red Line by three minutes. While some may balk at the expansive running time, Malick makes every minute count in this real-life story about Austrian conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter, portrayed here by August Diehl. The film was originally titled Radegund, the name of the edenic mountain village where Franz and his beloved wife, Fani…