Review: She Dies Tomorrow

If the coronavirus pandemic has returned an unsettling awareness of the possibility of death to everyday life, perhaps “She Dies Tomorrow” offers the right horror for the moment.

Review: Farinelli

The music is silky, yet forceful — the film, merely a gaudy spectacle.

Review: Waiting for the Barbarians

“Waiting for the Barbarians” is a film more interested in aesthetics than story or theme.

Review: The Baader Meinhof Complex

Despite its politically rarefied subject matter, “The Baader Meinhof Complex” plays like “The Dark Knight”: a gritty, tense thriller that grounds its frequently bizarre subject matter with a matter-of-fact style.

Review: The Portuguese Woman

Period films like “Girl with a Pearl Earring” and “Barry Lyndon” have often been called “painterly.” “The Portuguese Woman,” however, truly earns this label.

Review: Radioactive

The Curies were fearlessly inventive and unbound by convention — more than can be said, unfortunately, for the makers of the Curie biopic “Radioactive.”

Review: The Sunlit Night

“The Sunlit Night” is what people who dislike Wes Anderson think Wes Anderson is like.

Review: Sad Hill Unearthed

Why would anyone volunteer to spend hours, weeks and months rebuilding a fake cemetery? If you have to ask, you’ll never know.

Review: First Cow

A film so calm and quiet it’s practically inaudible, “First Cow” might have been made to watch while self-isolating.

Review: Tell No One

“Tell No One” is a workmanlike thriller that doesn’t attempt to subvert the genre.

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