James Gray's second feature film may have gone understated, but its beauty still shines through.
In which Jaime Rebanal reminisces over the many cinematic highlights to come by in 2018.
French filmmaker Jacques Audiard's first English language film is fun, if one that doesn't use up its talents to the max.
Within an idea so bizarre, Spike Jonze allows you to live within that world like you can feel it.
A traumatized work, with glimpses of beauty. (✯✯✯✯½)
Irrational, like Woody Allen himself. (✯½)
Entangling just as the best mystery films would be, yet never not entertaining. (✯✯✯✯✯)