Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria is a funereal pseudo-realist drama about political upheaval and the violence of systems that’s at odds with itself.
With Burning, Lee Chang-dong extraordinarily obliterates the bifurcation between life and representation.
As always with Frederick Wiseman, it’s the quotidian gestures that haunt one in Monrovia, Indiana.
Johnny English Strikes Again seems almost hellbent on aiming for the lowest common denominator at every turn.
There’s barely a single scare in David Gordon Green’s Halloween that isn’t undermined by some forced bit of funniness.