I look at the fifteen most interesting films at this year's Love and Anarchy film festival.
Posts published in “In Cinemas”
I picked five films you shouldn't miss at this year's Espoo Ciné, plus one special screening of a film I dearly love.
While it suffers from the edgelordiness that comes with DC properties, THE SUICIDE SQUAD is a vast improvement to their dire roster.
JUNGLE CRUISE promises a lot and delivers very little. The leads are charismatic, but the bloated length and cynical story beats drag it down.
BLACK WIDOW took its time getting here, and Johansson's bravura finale is nothing short of great, making it all the more bittersweet.
RIDERS OF JUSTICE is a bold, funny, and ultimately heartwarming adult fairy tale of vengeance and healing.
SPIRAL isn't an inherently bad film. Its solid opening hour and a game performance from Rock do wonders, but the second half is an utter dud.
Utilizing mental illness as a plot point, CRUELLA is a mean-spirited, cynical, and tacky attempt at commodifying cultural revolution.
WRATH OF MAN does nothing new or surprising, but it's precisely the kind of old-fashioned action flick you need every now and then.