Veronica Phillips explores tactility in film through three works in Jane Campion's oeuvre.
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What if we told you that Matt Dillon’s beauty is more than just a pretty face, and that his sexiness works to allow him to be the quintessential homme…
By Alejandro Villa Vásquez I walked out of the movie theater after seeing Encanto with a lump still in my throat. An almost smug feeling of triumph…
Veronica Phillips analyzes the peculiar charisma — and sometimes lack thereof — of frequent Scorsese collaborator Robert De Niro.
'Tsai’s use of emptiness and silence is utterly hypnotic, casting the film's movie theater as a soon-to-be-mythical space where time stops and ordinary…
How the casting choice of Dev Patel as Sir Gaiwan inherently alters the film's trajectory and gives it new meaning.
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One of Scorsese's most undervalued works knows that art becomes more beautiful when you have someone to share it with.
Sciamma's 'Petite Maman' slowly digs into your heart and connects with the child within you, leaving you with a reverent feeling of warmth and…