★★★ Joe Swanberg’s film is about adjusting expectations in middle age, settling for what you’ve got and realizing that it ain’t half bad.
★★★ The characters who populate the film are canted caricatures; live action Quentin Blake illustrations brought to grotesque life.
New York based soul singer’s Kendra Morris’ astonishing debut album Banshee (Wax Poetic Records) may have dropped over a year ago, but currently it feels like one of 2013’s most exciting and talked […]
★★ Ralph Fiennes delivers every line as if accompanied by a baleful string quartet at a funeral.
★★★ Dressed like a supply teacher from Hogwarts, Justin Rice gives a rib-tickling performance
★★★★1/2 Tautou is inquisitive at the same time as being clinically depressed. Every varied grimace endlessly elaborates the meaning of Thérèse’s actions.
At the end of blockbuster season, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is the perfect palette cleanser. A breathtaking, timeless tale of doomed romance and impeccable atmosphere, the film is reviewed in the latest […]
★★★1/2 A ballad of stoic hardship rather than standard issue biopic.
★★★1/2 Diana’s unlawful actions spring from confused urges and undetermined desires about which she hasn’t the slightest idea.
★★★ John Sayles privileges performance and a delicately discerning core relationship over action.