Roma begins with the sloshing of water over tiles. There are suds. In the reflection of the water, we see an opening to the sky flanked by walls – we are in a courtyard. Still in the reflection, a plane flies by, and we hear it’s distant rumble. Eventually, we learn we are in a… Continue reading Roma Focuses on the Invisible Things that Tie Us Together
Samuel Russell: Isle of Dogs is, as all Wes Anderson films, an exercise in style as much as substance. His name is synonymous with meticulous art direction, dryly dark humor, and a fast-paced twee dialogue. As proved with Fantastic Mr. Fox, the medium of stop-motion animation pairs comfortably with his sensibilities. The movie follows a… Continue reading Isle of Dogs is Usually a Good Boy but Occasionally Pisses on the Carpet
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