Category: film reviews
Killing Them Softly
Andrew Dominik’s latest is an imperfect but engaging gangster film with an amusingly unsubtle message about the American economy.
SM Judge (Belgian Film)
SM-rechter is based on the true story of a Belgian judge who was accused of assault and battery against his wife, after she confesses to him that she would like to be dominated and they begin their sado-masochistic relationship.
Bernie is not only a career highlight for Jack Black, but it also benefits from having great direction and screenwriting thanks to Richard Linklater, who successfully balances the mockumentary format, Bernie Tiede’s story and the black comedy elements with good results.
Tom Hooper’s ambitious edition of the musical brings with it some amazing performances and some terrible camera work.
Girl Walk // All Day
An immensely entertaining feature about dance and the joy it can bring to the lives of everyone.
Tarantino delivers a delightfully thrilling antebellum-era spaghetti western revenge saga that will be sure to knock your boots off.
Guilt and colonialism haunt time and place in one of the best films of 2012.
Disguised as a sex comedy for and about adults, Hope Springs is a touching and funny look at how hard two people will work to keep their relationship going.
Ron Fricke delivers another gorgeous documentary that allows us to travel the world and experience new things, even if it is a little preachy sometimes.