Jaime Rebanal updates again with another series of diary entries covering the past two weeks of film viewing.
Steve McQueen's unflinching third film never holds back upon one of humanity's greatest tragedies through the eyes of one who lived through the very worst.
Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 film remains a seminal piece of American cinema from the 21st century.
Calls out excitement against a political background, yet not without its moments of emotional beauty. (✯✯✯✯)
Hits like a fond memory, a moment to relive. (✯✯✯✯✯)
Treads upon juvenile antics mistaking it for profundity. (✯½)
Occasionally gorgeous but dull for a good majority of its running time. (✯½)