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.

Review: Viena and the Fantomes

“Viena and the Fantomes” suffers under the illusion that the vulgar, the formless and the unpleasant are more “real” than their opposites.

Review: Twisted Pair

What can be said about “Twisted Pair,” an 89-minute plunge into a vortex of total lunacy?

Review: You Should Have Left

Made with skill, if not inspiration, “You Should Have Left” is consistently engaging despite rarely from long-established haunted-house conventions.



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