As an animal lover, the poignant “EO” truly spoke to me and affected me deeply. It’s one of the most beautiful and meaningful films of the year, both inside and out.
Category: 2022 Film Reviews
“All That Breathes”
A touching documentary that celebrates the very best of humanity, and is an encouraging picture of two men who are working tirelessly to make this world a better place.
This disturbing crime thriller about the real-life murders of Iranian sex workers tells a story that explores the intersection of religion, culture, social status, and sexism.
The film’s stoic demeanor often feels too unhurried, but this sophisticated, gripping courtroom drama fully and forcefully asserts its social critique.
This 3-hour garish, obnoxious, overstuffed spectacle is two parts catastrophe to one part brilliance, which makes for an extremely divisive project.
The film aims for realism in its depiction of a mental health crisis that’s tearing a family apart, but Zeller’s style leans too heavily on in-your-face aggressiveness and melodrama.