Category Archive: Crime

22 July – A Necessary Revision

Though I reviewed this film several months ago, the killings in New Zealand and the Pittsburgh synagogue magnify its political significance.

To Kill a Mockingbird

This classic film just played in the movie theatre for one day here in Indianapolis. What a magnificent cinematic experience.

Destroyer

This is a supremely missable film. Dull as it is tedious, it takes a long time to go nowhere.

Shoplifters

A unique, captivating Japanese film in subtitles that involved a drama that I have never seen on the big screen.

If Beale Street Could Talk

This is a meaningful film that will leave you feeling emotionally exhausted.

The Mule

This film is completely missable unless we learn that it is Mr. Eastwood’s last movie.

Widows

This is a complicated drama dominated by extraordinary performances by a handful of talented actresses. The film could have been subtitled, Band of Sisters.

The Girl in the Spider’s Web

This is not a sensational film by any definition, but it is worth the price of admission.

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

This is a unique, dark R-rated film that lovingly portrays unlikeable people.

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