While Johnson’s darkly portentous yet irreverently comedic sequel delights and surprises, it offers few sparks of hope for the saga’s future.
My round-up of my worst 5 films of 2017.
Round-up of my Top 5 films of 2017.
More reverse-engineering than replication, Villeneuve’s visually and thematically rich sequel is a worthy successor to Scott’s visionary original.
It’s all delusions in Aronofsky’s queasy, hysterical psycho-horror, though mainly of grandeur.
Van Leeuw’s tense chamber piece locks us into a collapse of family and society with painful, uncompromising honesty.
Bigelow and Boal’s latest collaboration depicting the 1967 Detroit race riots has crude impact, but is sorely lacking in empathy to penetrate any further.
Tucci’s angle on eccentric artist Alberto Giacometti is one of the most inspired biopics in recent years.