King Lear is a great showcase of incredible performances all across the board and utilizes unique filmmaking techniques, but has a story that took a while to get interesting.
Outlaw King is a remarkably told story with excellent performances, awe-inspiring cinematography and impressively filmed action sequences.
Although The Falling can drag occasionally and has some technical flaws, it excels with its characters and beautifully strange and emotional story.
Lady Macbeth is a suspenseful and wisely quiet film that boasts breathtaking cinematography, excellent costume design, and terrific performances across the board.
Florence Pugh delivers a strong performance in Malevolent; an otherwise drastically dull and boring horror feature with little to no substance.
Fighting with My Family excels with its hilarious script, touching character moments, and a terrific performance from Florence Pugh.
Little Women is a modern day masterpiece that further cements Greta Gerwig as a skilled filmmaker. It has euphoric music, excellent cinematography, and powerhouse performances from Saoirse Ronan and Florence Pugh.
Just like Ari Aster’s previous effort, Midsommar is a beautifully haunting and deliciously evil tale about grief and relationships, and will go down as one of the all-time best horror films.