A box-office sensation in its native homeland, El Crimen del Padre Amaro unravels like a quintessential Mexican telenovela.
The film is a work of pure aesthetic rapture whose sinuous camera movements are the stuff of dreams.
The Weight of Water comes to resemble the kind of softcore twaddle you’d expect to see on Showtime’s Red Shoe Diaries.
Not only is Ghost Ship graceless and scare-less, it also makes absolutely no sense.
A literally eye-popping experience, and worth experiencing for its infamous tarantula sequence alone.
Haynes’s remarkable use of mirrors emphasizes the emotional distance between characters and the sad way they avoid confrontation.