In what could be considered Rebecca Hall’s best performance out of many amazing ones, Christine is a character study detailing tragedy in a manner more intimate and consequentially harrowing than most biopics about women tend to be. This article contains spoilers.
As per Guy Ritchie’s sharp, glitzy brand of blockbuster goodness, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a fantastically fun romp; a particularly fresh take on the Camelot tale. Critics aren’t giving it enough credit, but it’s filled with unceasing spirit, whether it’s found in the film’s cutting wit or big heart. Spoilers ahead.
Colossal is utterly strange, but oh-so fulfilling till the very end. Drawing you in with uncanny imagery and a practically impossible plot, the film unexpectedly becomes a strong feminist piece about toxicity and entitlement. Spoilers to follow.