In which Jaime Rebanal recounts the best films of 2019.
Alfonso Cuarón's 2006 science fiction epic calls for hope in the future of mankind.
There’s only a few days left of the half-off sale from the Criterion Collection. If you’re a newcomer to the home video line, all of those selections can look daunting and you’ll probably stand there for a good while trying to decide what to get. With nearly a thousand titles to choose from, it’s overwhelming. [...]
Paul Thomas Anderson's 1999 magnum opus remains the director at his most ambitious and emotionally chaotic.
Sebastián Lelio's remake of his own film isn't a mere shot-for-shot copy of his original but rather a polishing.
TIFF's second day may be quite slow but being at the red carpet was an interesting experience.
We're always talking about The Dude here.
Too inconsistent as both a socio-political commentary and too ugly as a comedy. (✯½)
Only bloats all the worst qualities of its predecessor. (✯½)