Category Archives: Entropy

‘She Said’ dances on the corpse of systemic sexual predation, which is alive and well

2/10 As a journalist and someone who followed the Weinstein revelations closely, She Said is an absolutely infuriating film to watch. It feels like pulling teeth trying to get this to turn into a real journalism movie about the discovery … Continue reading

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Balding celebrity chef makes mid-life crisis everyone’s problem in ‘The Menu’

2/10 The Menu is a terrible, boring film that exists only to clamber up its own ass and turn left. It’s about a crazy chef who murders everybody, and the mystery is his insane and torturously metaphorical reasons for murdering … Continue reading

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‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ deservedly rakes in awards

9/10 The Banshees of Inisherin is one of the top movies of the year, simple yet contemplative, expressive and emotionally razor sharp. Inisherin among the Aran Islands on the east coast of Ireland, April 1, 1923- Local folk musician Colm … Continue reading

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‘Tár,’ the #metoo ghost story

9/10 Tár is a three-hour long talkie. Only a certain kind of person is going to be up for this, but it’s for that certain kind of person, nuanced, detailed, more rewarding the more attention you’re paying and formed around … Continue reading

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‘Decision to Leave’ is one of the finest films ever made

9/10 Decision to Leave is an absolutely gorgeous and completely engrossing shape-shifting and yet brick-solid beast of a film. It’s transcendent, a sensation, a revolution, an utter masterpiece – screenwriter/director Park Chan-wook is such a master of his craft that … Continue reading

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