‘Asteroid City’ Movie Review

‘Asteroid City’ Movie Review

Wes Anderson is a director with a distinct style: visual symmetry, off-beat characters, fast-paced-yet-monotone dialogue, and a quirky, child-like presentation that sometimes borders on surreal. His films are not without meaning, yet typically focus on his trademark...
‘Asteroid City’ Movie Review

‘All of Us Strangers’ Movie Review

In the realm of solitude, where suburban ennui meets the urban isolation of a sleek, soundproof apartment high above London, Andrew Haigh’s All of Us Strangers paints a dreamscape that blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. Adam (Andrew Scott), a gay and...
‘Asteroid City’ Movie Review

‘Godzilla Minus One’ Movie Review

The original Godzilla, released in 1954, is widely recognized as part of the Japanese people’s attempts to process their anguish at the destruction caused by atomic weapons at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the effects WWII had on their nation. The film has a storied...
‘Asteroid City’ Movie Review

‘Napoleon’ Movie Review

“France. The Army. The Head of the Army. Josephine.” Those were Napoleon’s last words uttered before his death from stomach cancer in 1821. And it is these themes that run through Ridley Scott’s latest historical war epic, Napoleon, following the self-made French...