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Review: The Shape of Water (2018)

The Shape of Water is an enchanting fairy tale drenched in Americana. Set against the backdrop of the Cold War in the early sixties: The latest film from the Mexican fantasy auteur, (Guillermo del Toro) recounts the touching love story between a mute janitress named Elisa Esposito (Sally Hawkins) and a humanoid amphibian (Doug Jones). 694 more words


Robert Pattinson Calls #MeToo Movement 'Pretty Amazing' at 'Damsel' Press Conference in Berlin

Robert Pattinson touched on the impact of the #MeToo movement, the reality of true love and being inspired by Warren Beatty while discussing his competition film, David Zellner and Nathan Zellner’s comic Western “Damsel,” ahead of its premiere at the Berlinale on Friday. 437 more words


Flash Movie Review: Restless

IT MAY START WITH THAT first “thwack” of a flyswatter against an insect where a child gets desensitized to the concept of death. To a baby or young child a bug may only be perceived as a toy; the idea of life and death is not something a young mind can wrap itself around. 564 more words


HHhH (2017)

aka Killing Heydrich; The Man With the Iron Heart

D: Cédric Jimenez / 120m

Cast: Jason Clarke, Rosamund Pike, Jack O’Connell, Jack Reynor, Mia Wasikowska, Stephen Graham, Thomas M. 642 more words


Sundance 2018 Review: "Damsel" (2018) ★★★★

When I first heard about “Damsel”, starring Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska, l did not expect it to be very entertaining. In fact, it was one of those times when l did zero research on the film and was prepared that I will end up not writing any review on it. 440 more words

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Sundance Film Review: 'Damsel'

In “Damsel,” a deadpan minimalist Western comedy written and directed by David and Nathan Zellner (it’s the sort of movie that provokes more mental chuckles than actual laughs), one of the ongoing dog-whistle jokes is that the movie packs in every last trope and cliché you’d expect to see in a vintage Western. 773 more words





I’ve been a fan of David and Nathan Zellner (often referred to simply as the Zellner Brothers) from way back when they were just starting out and making shorts, which makes it doubly difficult to say that “Damsel” is by far their weakest work. 457 more words