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SN&R Vol 29 Issue 50
Another quietly scathing picture of contemporary Russian society from Leviathan director Andrey Zvyagintsev, this time focusing on a divorcing couple as they deal with the disappearance of their son.
By Daniel Barnes
This article was published on 03.22.18
Here’s a nutty idea: what if they made a based-on-a-true-story historical drama that didn’t end with images of the real-life people portrayed in the film? Dare to dream.
No video game has ever made a decent movie, and probably none ever will.
By Jim Lane
SN&R Vol 29 Issue 12
Sam Elliott is as magnetic as ever in this exploration of old age, but very little here feels authentic.
This article was published on 06.29.17
Sofia Coppola writes and directs this lovingly mounted yet strangely feeble adaptation of Thomas Cullinan’s novel.
The entertaining Okja offers more high-energy genre subversion from South Korean writer-director Bong Joon Ho.
A tightly wound film that maybe could have worked better as a TV miniseries.
No more. Please!
ut this film drowns any interest in stock footage and reenacted talking head interverviews.
SN&R Vol 20 Issue 21
Q-and-A with guest filmmaker Mike Mills.
By Jonathan Kiefer
This article was published on 08.14.08
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