‘Judy’ is not notable for the narrative, but rather the accuracy of Zellweger’s portrayal of the legendary singer/wreck. It’s a scene, man.
The ACT may have just legalised the use of cannabis, but those seeking the drug for medicinal purposes are being left behind. ‘Green Light’ tells the story of two men risking their freedom to treat those in need.
Joaquin’s Joker is an ugly, purposeless film, one that attempts to take us through the transformation into pure evil, but comes up well short.
Midsommar is a film made during a breakup, and it feels like tepid self-reference, instead of meaningful self-reflection.
‘The Dead Don’t Die’ is a zombie film with the finest cast and director it could have. Sadly, it’s not really sure what it wants to be, and dies a death because of it.
John Wick is not a particularly complicated man. He’s hellbent on avenging his dog/car. The third edition is yet more palpable nonsense, but it is very very good.