There are plenty of moments in a teenage girl’s life where the trivial becomes momentous and the momentous becomes devastating, and they are presented here with a poignant and compassionate vibrancy that I’ve rarely seen so accurately captured on film.
This sobering look at soldiers returning from war and the horrific emotional impact of combat suffers only briefly from flashes of predictability and overall presents a realistic portrait of PTSD.
“The Killing of a Sacred Deer” certainly is not for everyone, but those who appreciate the director’s previous work will find the film greatly rewarding.
“Leatherface” is no fun at all.
This film accomplished the most unimaginable feat of all: it actually made me feel bad about liking “Winnie the Pooh.”
Throughout this two hour visual verite feast, you’ll be hit with moments of joy and sadness, inspiration and despondency, and a cinematic romanticism so goddamn riveting that you just can’t tear yourself away.