Posts tagged with "3.5 stars"

Gérard Depardieu brings the weight of the world to Inspector Maigret’s veteran shoulders in a murder mystery shrouded in blue.

The Innocents (‘De Uskyldige’)
Telekinesis takes a lethal turn when four children play games with the unknown.

Sold Out
A singer-songwriter takes a chance on success in a road trip peppered with surprises.

Writer-director Apitchatpong Weerasethakul spins riddles, question marks and a fantastical final vision into a creeping, cerebral trip.

The Duke
Thievery and courtroom theatrics rule the roost when a British senior cit stands up for his self-perceived rights.

The Greenhouse
The spectres of the past take possession of the present in a supernatural drama with a skin-crawling cautionary kick.

Film-maker Julia Ducournau’s deconstruction of torment thumbs its shattered nose at cut-and-paste franchises in a mash-up of fantasy and ferocity.

Blue Bayou
His cry of outrage is a heavy reckoning but writer-director-star Justin Chon delivers sincerity in spaces.

No Time to Die
Daniel Craig’s no-BS Bond rocks steel-tipped purpose like a bespoke tux.

Rosa’s Wedding (‘La Boda de Rosa’)
It’s on for young and old in sunny Spain when a submissive seamstress finally asserts herself.

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