What’s familiar is never enough to dampen what makes this movie special.
An inspired piece of crime drama that lovingly embraces American archetypes, but is never afraid to challenge them.
A fascinating character study that adheres to a dramatic narrative while flirting with other genre conventions.
From ‘The Green Hornet’s ’66 Chrysler to ‘The Dark Knight’s 2005 Customized “Lamborghini Tank.”
It understands its position as an action sequel and works well within those confines.
Is it in poor taste to make Holocaust jokes? This thought-provoking doco explores the subject.
No amount of leniency can save the movie from what it is: a droll and lacklustre affair.
Despite lacking some subtlety, this is a crowd-pleasing, emotional true story.
Despite the filmmaker reining in his idiosyncrasies, ‘Julieta’ is a well-performed, worthy Spanish slice-of-life.
Our thoughts on the 15-minute IMAX preview is here!