Month: July 2017


Dunkirk ★★★½

I’m eternally fascinated by Christopher Nolan. He seems to connect the dots between the mainstream powerhouses of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas with the offbeat video generation of Quentin Tarantino and Steven Soderbergh; and heRead Full Review


The Little Hours ★★

It’s hard for me to know what to make of The Little Hours. It, at times, feels like the consequence of too much unchecked postmodernity. The film is unapologetically unhinged in its portrayal of human behavior.Read Full Review


A Ghost Story ★★½

A Ghost Story imagines paranormal activity in a way that is simultaneously childish and garishly adroit. The ghosts in this story appear as superficial, bed sheet-covered figures with comical eye holes that peek into nothing butRead Full Review


The Big Sick ★★★½

It’s easy to watch a film like The Big Sick and think that it’s probably too long, to punish it as another Judd Apatow-associated piece that lacks for editorial integrity. But that would actually be incorrect. TheRead Full Review


Baby Driver ★★★

What a treat Edgar Wright’s films are. His movies are solid testaments to the enduring beauty of cinema and impressive exercises of formal expertise. His filmmaking is so precise and kinetic, it’s seemingly a miracleRead Full Review