Age Out   2/11/20
by ScarletLion
Tye Sheridan is Tye Sheridan, and there are nice turns from Geoffrey Wright and Imogen Poots, but Caleb Landry Jones steals the show, so much so that I'm sure he's destined to be a huge star once he's given the right lead role.

The Double Life of Veronique   2/04/20
by ScarletLion
Kieslowski's triumph here is to explore themes that would normally appear fanciful, cheesy or sentimental - a film about dopplegangers exploring existentialism just wouldn't work outside European cinema in my humble opinion.

Sorry We Missed You   1/16/20
by ScarletLion
Despite that, the final half hour or so redeems the film somewhat as Loach hammers home the left wing message of broken Britain.

1917   1/14/20
by ScarletLion
It's a very "allied" war film as opposed to a European war film, and for that reason alone it will get many of the big awards.

The Arbor   1/13/20
by ScarletLion
But the way in which Barnard captures them and films the actors is quite brilliant.

Rojo   1/07/20
by ScarletLion
There isn't a lot of subtlety in the movie - which is a bit of a distraction.

The Lighthouse   12/22/19
by ScarletLion
This film is one of the best films of the year and perhaps one of the best films of the decade.

Monos   12/02/19
by ScarletLion
References to Apocalypse Now and Lord of the Flies are inevitable, but it does feel as if the film is alluding towards a metaphor for the frailties of Colombia or other South American nations even though we're never even told where these events take place.

Werckmeister Harmonies   11/20/19
by ScarletLion
As is the case with many great films, it is up to the viewer's interpretation.

The Peanut Butter Falcon   11/14/19
by ScarletLion
I was taken in by the film's charm early on and it didn't let up for the whole movie.

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