Safdies; Sandler; Louisa May Alcott; Greta Gerwig; Saoirse Ronan; Almodóvar; Banderas; Ridley; Driver… Steve Bannon?
A besorrowed hall of mirrors of fathers and children and child actors and child actors and Shia LaBeouf.
Baumbach says the work is portmanteau, “a thriller, a legal procedural, a romantic comedy, a screwball comedy, a tragic love story, even a musical.”
“Knives Out” is a restless, giggling little animal that says much, much, much more than you expect in a modern American picture.
Adam Driver plays fierce intelligence in Scott Z. Burns’ taut, actor-packed political thriller.
A friend walks up to you, a friend walks away from you, in the middle, that friend has put two bullets in the back of you.
Almodóvar pleads allegory in bittersweet meditation on art and desire.
We will wrack you: James Mangold’s torqued entertainment is grippingly good.
Oppressors await in the everyday of the streets of 1940s Paris in Joseph Losey’s rich, if grim drama.
Hou Hsiao-hsien works wistful magic in three stories played by the same pair of actors.