John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Fun "documentary" about/by Banksy (perhaps?). How much is true and how much is a hoax? I'm not really sure - but that is part of the enjoyment. Neat meta-commentary of fame, film, commercialism, art, "art", authenticity, and the lack thereof. Pair this with Orson Welles' "F for Fake" for a fun double feature exploration of art and authenticity.
Silly, goofy fun. Nothing surprising, but quite enjoyable.
The great Georges Franju's fascinating homage to the old silent serial hero Judex. Beautifully shot, the film is visually stunning while still recalling aspects of its silent forebearers. The characters themselves may seem a bit flat (especially the hero), but the visuals in the film make up for that. Well worth seeking out.
Really enjoyable, well-done, and entertaining indy time-travel mystery with a touch of noir and more than a touch of romance. Low-budget, but no need for a large budget on this one. I really enjoyed the heck out of it.
Beautiful, lyrical, mystical -- but for some reason, it just didn't grab me. I'm not sure why. I wanted to like it more than I did.