Henry Jordan is compelled in all the wrong ways by Babak Anvari’s sophomore horror feature.
If you’re still convinced the industry is stuck in an originality crisis, I’d like to grab your face and point it aggressively towards Sorry to Bother You – an urgent, shocking satire that balances wit and crushingly perceptive socioeconomic observations within one of the most original concepts of the year. Boots Riley directs Lakeith Stanfield’s […]
To say a film seems effortlessly beautiful feels like a backhanded compliment, but that’s exactly how Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name strikes you. Set in the Italian summer of 1983, the breeze and beauty of the season emanates from the screen. The lazy days and the naturalistic performances of the cast make this […]