Review: ANIMA Is A Surrealist Treat for Fans of Auteur Cinema

Anima, a collaboration between Paul Thomas Anderson and Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, is an unapologetically unique musical short with enough clever direction and surreal imagery to satisfy cinephiles and music fans alike. With only a fifteen-minute run time, Anima is advertised on Netflix as “Auteur Cinema.” This is a good jumping-off point for an in-depth discussion… Continue reading Review: ANIMA Is A Surrealist Treat for Fans of Auteur Cinema

Review: ROLLING THUNDER REVUE: A BOB DYLAN STORY BY MARTIN SCORSESE is a Gloriously Inventive Investigation of the 1970’s

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story By Martin Scorsese tells you everything you need to know about in its title. Nowhere do we see the word documentary and no where does Martin Scorsese advertise it as one. Rolling Thunder can be described in a plethora of different ways. One could call it an experimental story… Continue reading Review: ROLLING THUNDER REVUE: A BOB DYLAN STORY BY MARTIN SCORSESE is a Gloriously Inventive Investigation of the 1970’s

Review: I AM MOTHER is Daring but Flawed

I Am Mother is an inventive and well thought out sci-fi thriller that suffers from a trudging pace and inconsistent structure. It can never quite make up its mind about whether it wants you to piece the clues together yourself, or if it just wants to explain the plot through long, drawn-out expositional dialogue. Spoiler… Continue reading Review: I AM MOTHER is Daring but Flawed