7.5/10 Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. American Animals comes from director Bart Layton, whose most famous piece of work is the 2012 documentary The Imposter which still remains one of the best documentaries to have come out
7/10 “Soon your mother will give birth to two children and a dog” Yorgos Lanthimos’ breakout movie is a hallmark of minimalist filmmaking coupled with a darkly funny concept. Dogtooth is a clear indication of the director’s
8/10 “You never loved me. You just loved how much I loved you” Darren Aronofsky latest piece marks a fine recovery for the director who is more of an expert for psychological thrillers and less for the big-budgeted
8/10 “The only thing worse than being incompetent or unkind or evil is…indecisive” This is a modern psychological drama at its finest. On the surface, Thoroughbreds might be seen as a new twist on American Psycho, but in my view, there
8/10 One of the strangest and most dysfunctional families I’ve seen in film. Happy End is yet another fine example of its accomplished and well-refined genius writer/director Michael Haneke, an Austrian master of film, who seems almost
9/10 One of the best depictions of a falsely accused person in film. The Hunt takes something so innocent and manages to twist it beyond what’s comprehensible and turn it into a seriously disturbing but engaging drama.