Tag: Cinema

Distant Constellation Review

Distant Constellation Review

A documentary reflecting on the long journey we all embark on at birth

The Equalizer 2 Review

The Equalizer 2 Review

Not even Denzel's vast talents can save this forgettable sequel

Climax trailer: A night of hell with Gaspar Noé

Climax trailer: A night of hell with Gaspar Noé

The new film by the Argentinian director is launched onto audiences next month

The Heiresses Review

The Heiresses Review

A middle-aged woman has the chance to inherit more than she expected

Leaning Into The Wind Review

Leaning Into The Wind Review

A documentary about an artist's fight against time and the elements

The Meg Review

The Meg Review

A super-sized shark in a mega-stupid film

The Negotiator Review

The Negotiator Review

A political thriller written in the 90s that feels just as dated

Hearts Beat Loud Review

Hearts Beat Loud Review

A father and daughter find the right rhythm in their lives

The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales... Review

The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales... Review

Have you heard the one about the Duck, Dog, Pig, Fox, Wolf, Rabbit and Chicken?

El mar la mar Review

El mar la mar Review

A documentary about border crossing seen from a new perspective

Cocote Review

Cocote Review

An experimental and challenging film from the Dominican Republic

Apostasy Review

Apostasy Review

A single mother and her two daughters face up to the conflicts of their duties to God and each other

The Receptionist Review

The Receptionist Review

The lives of four women become almost invisible to the real world

Hotel Artemis Review

Hotel Artemis Review

Even a star-studded cast can't avoid a trip to intensive care

Escape Plan 2 Review

Escape Plan 2 Review

Stallone is back in a sequel we never deserved

Ex Libris: The New York Public Library Review

Ex Libris: The New York Public Library Review

It's documentary 41 for the master of observational cinema, Frederick Wiseman

Incredibles 2 Review

Incredibles 2 Review

A return to Metroville in an above Parr sequel

Terminal Review

Terminal Review

A neo-noir nightmare of the worst kind.<br />