In which Jaime Rebanal reminisces over the many cinematic highlights to come by in 2018.
One of the most exciting years for cinema, yet a strange year for awards season.
Yorgos Lanthimos's third English language effort may very well be the director at his most accomplished.
An honest tale about finding one's own identity while being constrained to tradition.
Complicated, yet contemplative and always fascinating. (✯✯✯✯)
Feels conflicted in terms of where it wishes to go with its satire, getting lost in itself. (✯✯½)
Carries material to be great but meanders too quickly and too much. (✯✯½)
Astonishingly ugly all-around with a ridiculously poor treatment of its source material's moral compass. (½)