Florian Weigl ★★★ 9
Haven't seen this one in almost over six years, but I kept thinking and thinking about it as its text has taken on an urgency in the last few years,…
preston ★★★★ 1
Kind of a Vox Lux structure here - but ARP undoubtedly gets sentimental in the many-years-later second half (that sappy child!) and when the film ends, as it must, on…
Doug Dillaman ★★ 10
Imagine making a film for Bruce Springsteen devotees where one character gets given the tapes of BORN IN THE USA and DARKNESS AT THE EDGE OF TOWN from another character,…
Doug Dillaman ★★★½ 1
A time capsule of a shambolic* art form that people used to care about: Michael Winterbottom films.
*This was autocorrected to symbolic and I didn't notice. Dammit.
A beautiful boy drifts through a party, flanked by his cinematic image - a scene from a gay-porn movie - in gorgeously grainy 16mm, then hooks up with a masked…
This is what I imagine all boomers are like nowadays.
Bob Cashill ★★★★
Quentin Tarantino can direct a diverting action scene but he's never going to be a poet or sage of screen violence, like Leone, Peckinpah, or Aldrich. He has zero interest…
Michael Snydel ★★★½
A group of people connected by the desire and eroticism of being their true selves.