Outstandingly directed “Monos” examines how coming of age looks in an outlandish, hostile and primal environment, and how youth needs that quintessential stage in life. When Sierra Leone plunged into a civil war in 1991, the world wasn’t fully aware … Continue reading Monos (2019) – Into The Wild
Johannes Nyholm’s “Koko-Di Koko-Da” explores relationship disintegration through the realm of surrealism, but while it makes certain points resonate, it also runs out of steam pretty soon. Balancing on the thin line between horror and psychological drama is trendy nowadays. … Continue reading An Extravagant Couple Therapy – Koko-Di Koko-Da (2019)
Joe Berlinger’s “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” is a bit confusing in its early stage, but gets significantly better over time. When its final sequences arrive, the film reverberates with a dreadful impact long after the credits roll. A … Continue reading Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (2019) Review
Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) is a mixed bag of great visuals, under-developed characters and Dan Gilroy’s ambition that needed more thought put into the execution. Dan Gilroy, the director of Velvet Buzzsaw (2019), stunned the audiences back in 2014, with Nightcrawler. … Continue reading Film Analysis: Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) Movie Explained
A cinematic crusade against the corporate machines, an ode to the labor unions, a shoutout to all the oppressed and plenty more – “Sorry To Bother You” glows bright with that many colors.
Gustav Möller’s “The Guilty” is a devastating drama, where the scarcity of tools used to tell the story excavates its true worth.
Danny McBride is a bright star of “Arizona”, which inadvertently turns itself into a half-baked satire as the story goes. Cassie lives in a remote city, somewhere deep in the rural parts of Arizona. She sells houses, which – considering … Continue reading Catch Me If You Can – Arizona (2018) Review