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The sluggish pace and overly exaggerated violence prevent this unusual western from reaching further highlights.
In "Following", Christopher Nolan shows that even with little, much can be done.
The contemplative experience is lost in a superficial and extremely pretentious plot to seek prominence in the "sounds around".
"Miss Violence" is a real punch to the gut, and elegantly conducts a disturbing family history.
The beautiful stylized look of "The Neon Demon" is lost to the chaos of its pretentiousness.
Exciting and deeply realistic, "The Wrestler" humanizes those on the sidelines in a brilliant way.
The dark and nefarious brutality compensates for the empty dialogues and some mechanical performances.
Allied to great interpretations, Bong Joon-ho leaves his mark on a sinuous, raw and sometimes perverse plot.
The well developed drama by excellent Emily Blunt's acting makes up for the weak and dragged mystery.
With strong inspirations in the classic "Oldboy", "Forgotten" is intelligent and manages to surprise even the most attentive spectators.
"The Hunt" brings good doses of violence in the face of poorly executed political satire.
Even with rhythm oscillations and a familiar plot, "The Villainess" entertains lovers of frantic action.
Painful, emotional and sensitive, "Wish" shows that even in the most terrible tragedies there are still reasons to believe.
With another fascinating performance by Day-Lewis, "Phantom Thread" focuses on complexities and personal sacrifices for the full functioning of a relationship.
Na Hong-jin shows all his talent in the direction of this mind-blowing, brutal and devastating thriller, composing a true roller coaster of emotions.
"Memoir of a Murderer" is intelligent, and reinvents, at least in parts, a cliche theme.
Despite being a little bloated, "The Godfather" shows all its grandeur and lives up to its merits.
"Bedevilled" is brutal, exaggerated and doesn't have the most satisfying ending. It is still pulsating and energetic.
A different way of making cinema by this interesting director, Wes Anderson. However, Moonrise Kingdom needs more energy.