No one said anything about the amount of Dave Matthews in this film. As a result, it lost a star and a half.
This is the best film of the year, so far.
A gritty, realistic-seeming story about what happens when you have not-so-bright violent neo Nazis imprison slightly smarter, non-violent punk rockers. This follow-up to Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin moves at a much more breakneck speed and that is to the film's benefit. It is part Straw Dogs, a lota parts Assault of Precinct 13, with a dash here and there of Suburbia and Decline of Western Civilization.
Patrick Stewart as the…
One of the most perplexing films of 2015. László Nemes's debut feature commits to leaving most of the Holocaust horrors blurred, and in the edges of the frame, causing some of the most heated discussion about whether this is a merit or detriment to the film. Personally, I believe that this method is the only way the horror on display could in any way be bearable, especially considering the plot revolves around the main character Saul, desperately seeking a rabbi to perform a Jewish burial for a dead boy he believes to be his son.