Every time that Tenet stops to speak, it only emphasizes a hollowness within.
Dolan’s characters are of such broad definition that it’s impossible to regard them as anything other than aesthetic objects.
Driven by the potency of its social intentions, Eliza Hittman’s film is so authentically felt that it becomes hyper-real.
It all has the makings of a game of Clue, but the mysteries here are linguistic.
Levan Akin offers up a swooning gay romance as the centerpiece from which all of his other ideas radiate.
Gentrified London is akin to Guy Ritchie’s filmmaking: a characterless mockery of its former glories.