While “The Last Supper” certainly should not be viewed for its artistic quality, it does provide a thought-provoking take on how both sides are guilty of restricting freedom of speech.
Probably what has made Lanthimos such a provocative director is his reliance on visceral elements and reactions that many claim to be outrageous and disturbing.
Rees tells these stories with complete and total honesty, and never opts to embellish for the sake of the plot.
“A Christmas Prince” is empty fodder for people who like superficial romances, castles and Christmas balls.
It’s not that the story needed to be complex in order for the movie to be satisfying, but the narrative is so rushed and simple that it almost feels improvised.
It cares deeply about the nuances of people’s lives and hearts, relentlessly kind and heartbreakingly honest.
While the storytelling may stumble once or twice, 'The Killer' remains an entertaining experience.
Marvel studios have spent so much time building themselves up their “Cinematic Universe” that they’ve really lost sight of what this is all about.
With witty dialogue, interesting characters and a mystery that is just as engrossing today as it was when Christie first wrote it, 'Murder on the Orient Express' is a grand old time.
Essentially, “Hugo” is Scorsese’s love letter to cinema through the imaginative eyes of a young boy.