Entries tagged Western

  • Nomadland Review

    The best way to describe Nomadland is bleak yet beautiful.

    The best way to describe Nomadland is bleak yet beautiful.
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  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review

    Even with all the celebrity cameos and Manson family members, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood never forgets that it’s a buddy picture.

    Even with all the celebrity cameos and Manson family members, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood never forgets that it’s a buddy picture.
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  • Brimstone Review

    There is a myriad of narratives merged together in a rather clumsy fashion, though Koolhoven does ensure the viewer just about remains compelled.

    There is a myriad of narratives merged together in a rather clumsy fashion, though Koolhoven does ensure the viewer just about remains compelled.
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  • Hostiles Review (Toronto International Film Festival)

    Scott Cooper (Black Mass) returns to dark, brooding territory with Christian Bale vehicle, Hostiles. A Western so harrowing and bleak that it will leave you stone faced exhausted, struggling to get through the very first act, where things begin…

    Scott Cooper (Black Mass) returns to dark, brooding territory with Christian Bale vehicle, Hostiles. A Western so harrowing and bleak that it will leave you stone faced exhausted, struggling to get through the very first act, where things begin with a sprinkling of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly then quickly turn sinister.

    Bale seems to have shed his skin and placed his spirit in the 1890s violent West as infamous Army captain, Joseph J. Blocker. He wears the atrocities committed by every…
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