It is worth noting that while “Get Out” has been marketed as a horror film first and foremost, it operates more as a psychological thriller than anything else.
If “Portlandia” did “The Big Lebowski” with Phyllis and Dwight from “The Office,” this film would be the outcome.
Daily Arts rounds-up their thoughts on who should (and who will) win it big at the Academy Awards this year.
“Paterson” is about a bus driver named Paterson in Paterson, New Jersey; it’s perfectly convenient. Every day, Paterson wakes up, goes to work, comes home, eats dinner with his wife, walks the dog and gets a beer at the bar.
Look, that teacher is Ice Cube!
It’s not impossible. Male filmmakers can put real women on the screen.
Larraín’s film meditates on the methods by which history is made, by which men and women of flesh and blood become figures of paper and ink.
Even with mixed reactions, “Allegiance” is groundbreaking for Japanese and Asian Americans.
Even with its beautiful performances, stunning cinematography and emotionally dense subject matter, “Julieta” leaves the viewer feeling cold.
It’s weird. It’s creepy. And, by God, is it long.