Sometimes brutal and often heartbreaking, NYFF’s ‘Nomadland’ might be the highlight of the festival… and the year.
Wes Anderson returns with yet another masterfully whimsical cinematic splendor, elevating the stop-motion extravaganza found in ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ to new levels of precision and expertise.
Far away from the frozen, otherworldly streets of ‘In Bruges,’ Ebbing, Missouri burns in Martin McDonagh’s vastly different but equally potent exploration of morality and anger.
An ode to post-war Hollywood, the Coen Brothers represent the Golden Age of Cinema in a way only they can. And it’s a damn good time.
Their first film since Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen Brothers appear to be going back to their special brand of comedy focusing on 1950’s Hollywood.