Greta Gerwig



Barbie takes center stage in Greta Gerwig‘s vivaciously pink and subversively delightful film, aptly titled “Barbie.” Forget what you thought you knew about this iconic doll because Gerwig’s fresh take on Barbie World will leave you both pleasantly amused and, in some cases, empowered. From the start, the film transports you to a mesmerizing pink-washed […]

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Isle of Dogs

In the hands of Wes Anderson, a stop-motion animated film with mostly dogs as characters and an allegorical theme will captivate children and adults without pandering to either. Probably by coincidence, writer-director Anderson, with the help of Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, and Kunichi Nomura, employ themes of topical relevance today: government corruption, foreign influences on

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The South American perspective of Jackie Kennedy is apparently similar to a horror movie seen through the eyes of director Pablo Larraín. In his first English language film, the 40-year-old surprisingly molds Jackie in the same structure of fellow Chilean director Alejandro Amenábar’s The Others (2001). The vicious editing choices paired with the savage musical

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