Tag: Focus Features

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‘The Northman’ Film Review: A Viking Tale Of Steel, Blood, And Revenge

With the stunning artistic achievement of his latest work “The Northman”, Robert Eggers earns his place as one of the most consistently interesting filmmakers working today. Eggers excels in creating uneasy environments filled with characters confronting their dark fates. Both

‘Wolf’: Stylish Thriller Observes, Feeds On Animalistic Traits in Humans

Wolf sees George MacKay and Paddy Considine go toe to toe in Nathalie Biancheri’s stylish thriller, akin to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Now in theaters.

‘Belfast’: Wistful Memories Of A Filmmaker’s Irish Youth

Kenneth Branagh’s memories of his formative years in the Ireland of his formative years make for a sweet tale

‘Last Night in Soho’: Gorgeous Looking Paradox Unravels An Otherwise Solid Story

Last Night in Soho, the latest from Edgar Wright boasts a strong cast and gorgeous set design, but the story’s paradox unravels in the third act. Now in theaters.

‘Blue Bayou’: A Timely Message Drowned In Histronics

An important film with a strong message on immigration that chases in sincerity for overwrought and manipulative dramatics

‘The Card Counter’: Fate, Redmption, And A Path To Grace

A master filmmaker’s powerful tale of heavy guilt and the path to redemtion is one of the diretor’s finest

‘Stillwater’: Second Chances Lead to New Opportunities for Damon and McCarthy

Stillwater is the latest film from Oscar-winning director Tom McCarthy, featuring Matt Damon as a roughneck trying to free his daughter from a wrongful imprisonment.

‘Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain doesn’t try to answer questions. Instead Morgan Neville explores the life of the esteemed personality.

‘Profile’: Bekmambetov’s Early “Screen Life” Story Doesn’t Hold up to Format

Profile, an early entry in Timur Bekmambetov’s “Screen Life” genre is the story of a freelance journalist’s attempt to be recruited into ISIS. Profile has strong characters and an unfolding drama that doesn’t hold up to the format. Profile is now in theaters.