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Directed by Wes Anderson. Isle of Dogs is a stop motion film about a crew of dogs fighting for survival. Wes Anderson has created a visually stunning film. Audiences will see how much time and effort it takes to make a stop motion film. It does not stop at the visuals; the story is intriguing, keeps the audience's attention. The cast is a monster one, and everyone delivers on beautiful voice acting throughout the film. Wes Anderson continues to be one of the most amusing directors today with Isle of Dogs.
Directed by Matt Spicer. Ingrid Goes West is a satire on social media's dangers and how self-image is skewed for many on different platforms. The story feels relevant in the film and shows the misconception of influencers within social media. The film shot well, with lighting usually coming from one source like a bright phone screen, pool lights, or candles in a house without power. Aubrey Plaza brings a creepy performance that works. Elizebeth Olsen delivers on her performance. Overall a movie worth checking out.
Directed by Steven Spielberg. The Post is a film about the United States' first female newspaper publisher trying to expose a United States government's cover-up. Spielberg and long time collaborator editor Michael Kahn mold an informative film. The move never seems choppy, and the transitions are creative. A dialogue-heavy film Streep and Hanks live up to their legendary status in Hollywood, both delivering exception performances. Spielberg finds a way to show how relevant the conflict between the press and government and is a delightful film.
Written and Directed by Safdie Brothers. Good Time is an intense neon thriller that follows a criminal who tries to save his brother in shady parts of New York City. The Safdie's have created blood pumping thriller that will keep audiences shaking in their seats. The neon colors complement New York City, and the action is kept in-camera, which makes the film enjoyable. Robert Pattinson brings an Academy Award-worthy performance. Equipt with a thick Queens accent and goatee Pattinson shows off his talents as an actor. Benny Safdie, one of the directors, also has a breakout performance as Pattinson's brother. An outstanding piece of film.
Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Logan Lucky is a wild heist movie that benefits from its director Steven Soderbergh. Soderbergh being familiar with the sub-genre casually, puts together an exciting tale. Some jokes fall flat, and some hilarious. The film has stellar performances from Driver, Tatum, and Craig. An unlikely trio of actors that carry the movie to the finish line. A good laugh, and performance-driven film.