Personal Shopper is definitely a festival film.
This adaptation manages to entertain but also suffers from weird tonal shifts and egregious product placement.
It’s a well-done film about a little-known chapter of history.
There are some problems with it, but it’s entertaining enough.
You’ll be bored out of your mind, and probably find your intelligence has been insulted as well.
I’d say that Logan is a different kind of an X-Men movie, except that I’m not sure it’s an X-Men movie at all.
The Red Turtle is a fable but one told so simply and unpretentiously that it seems real.
No one should come to see The Great Wall expecting a literary experience.
While presenting itself as a family comedy with some thematic undertones, Toni Erdmann really pushes those distinctions past their limit.
There’s a pretty astounding amount of nothing going on in this film.