A hulking, brooding monster of anxious filmmaking, all wild storms and unsettling scowls and crooked angles; a hand-woven tapestry of flashbacks, hallucinations, corrupted memories, and unreliable… read review
A true wonder; brings one back (or puts one back, rather) to a sense of awkward and wide-eyed childhood amazement. Times when grand adventures popped up at every corner, yet with those came insecurities… read review
Well, once again Miyazaki has proven to me that he is a master of storytelling (and not to mention animation). Far from the broad, complex, and sometimes grotesque films he’s made in the past, Ponyo… read review
Dušan Makavejev’s darkly humorous film is a fanciful, bizarre collage of documentary footage, free-form fiction, found footage, narration, and musical numbers.
Starting off as a satiric (but real… read review