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I May Destroy You
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Francis Ford Coppola's reminiscence of razzle-dazzle pizzazz and mob violence at the titular famed jazz-era nightclub is an incandescent furor of disjointed stories and sketchy characters.
Parenthesized with a Greek chorus of golfers agitating John Sayles' menagerie of lives of past and present disaccords
Alan Rudolph's recreation of the ennui and heyday of Dorothy Parker and her Algonquin Round Table of New York City writers and critics is exclusively artistic but also dreamily aesthetic and sharply witted.
Well acted and originally told from two perspectives in separate films, HIM and HER, this mash-up insisted by Harvey Weinstein could have lost the essence in translation as it at times strains to deconstruct a moribund marriage after the loss of a child with an emotional ambivalence.
Crackling with pyrotechnics of noir is the rat-a-tat of 20s gangster dialogue and the intricacies of the machinations in this Coen brothers' Prohibition-era production about a consigliere holding up in the criminal realm of treachery and double crosses.