'Mad Max: Fury Road' is a narrative of environmental justice, one that avoids cliche, easy-fixes, and the fantasy of an overnight solution.
'Mayday' is a bold film that shines brightly despite losing some of its daring as the narrative progresses.
Although much of it feels like it could cut deeper and hit harder, 'Land' is a sincere and solid first feature from Wright.
This narrative is equal parts dark and whimsical, but offers little emotional depth.
'Cusp' struggles to reconcile complete honesty with the protection of teenage girls from manipulation.
Valerie Taylor is a completely fearless and wildly talented woman.
A poignant and difficult narrative of isolation, human companionship and apocalypse.
'I Was A Simple Man' is quiet, stunning, and incredibly heartfelt in its exploration of time and history.
Touch is the thing that both destroyed and makes whole Theo Crain and Dani Clayton; it has everything to do with their lesbianism and their emotional expression.
In two of her films, Sofia Coppola sparks discussion surrounding the male gaze.
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