Bring tissues and prepare for side-splitting laughter as Michelle Yeoh, the queen of martial arts, takes center stage to model mending broken souls and relationships – and saving the world – in “Everything Everywhere All At Once.”
At first glance, this film could be mistaken for an extended episode from “Boardwalk Empire” or a prequel to the “John Wick” franchise – with all the action unfolding in a Chicago tailor shop stuck in the crosshairs of a gang war.
British director and writer Sean Ellis reimagines in “The Cursed” the 18th century Beast of Gévaudan, a creature that popularized lycanthropy. It’s overall an exciting mix of sci-fi meets costume period piece.
After six decades, Pedro Almodóvar is finally ready to confront the trauma of his country’s former fascism head-on. The pleasingly soapy result will be poignant even for viewers unfamiliar with the history that provides the backdrop for the personal stories.
Carlos López Estrada’s love letter to Los Angeles interweaves the work of 27 young poets whose paths intersect on a summer day in 2019, reimagining and subverting the musical genre with multiple lyricists, diegetic music and unfamiliar actors.
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