We chatted with the star and director of Piñero about its making and the tragedy of the real-life Piñero’s life.
You know the drill: This year was or wasn’t the best thing to happen to cinema since Thomas Alva Edison.
Peter Jackson emphasizes the territorial nature of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth by fascinatingly playing with lines of division.
The visual effects fantastically morph the film’s frescos into illusory gateways into Anna’s subconscious.
The success of Dario Argento’s masterpiece depends on the spectator’s appreciation for its rigid self-reflexivity.
Dario Argento undervalues his material, but his set pieces are glorious enough that the film’s plot contrivances can be forgiven.