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Posts published in “In Cinemas”

THE IRISHMAN

Saying 'a Martin Scorsese masterpiece ' is redundant at this point, yet THE IRISHMAN is exactly that.

NIGHT VISIONS 2019: FINGERS

FINGERS is a baffling, unconventional experience. It's also the kind of film we’ll look back years from now to see where the artistic signatures of talented filmmakers first took root.

KNIVES OUT

KNIVES OUT is a masterpiece cultivated from old school paperback mysteries; the kind where you had to resist the urge to jump ahead a few pages at every turn, because just knowing the answer was never going to be as fun as finding out how you got there.

LE MANS 66

LE MANS 66 is not a bad film by any measure, it’s just a disappointing one.

THE LIGHTHOUSE

THE LIGHTHOUSE is a living folktale captured on film, as funny as it is terrifying.

FINDING BRUCE: An interview with Gurinder Chadha

I spoke with Gurinder Chadha about her irresistibly charming film BLINDED BY THE LIGHT, and how her decades long passion project inspired Bruce in return.

MIDWAY

MIDWAY is an American made, Chinese funded propaganda film about the Second World War. It is exactly as subtle and obnoxious as that sounds.