The Tax Collector isn’t going to throw itself at you, but it still presents an incredibly deep and complex look at a little-seen world of chaos and conflict.
Orson Welles’ 1941 film Citizen Kane, which some have called the greatest film of all-time, is not one that’s easy … More
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Da 5 Bloods is an interesting package, offering compelling food for thought but never offers any definitive outlook for these characters or the film’s underlying message—mostly because it tries to cover too much political ground at once.
The perennially relaxed exposition in A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon makes it easy to check out at times, but the story is ramped up to lock us in early on.