Of Gods and Men (Xavier Beauvois, 2010). Among other things, a strong argument for the human face as the place where movies rightly spend so much of their time. When the faces belong to this group of actors, you’re halfway there. (And by the way, when it comes to appropriating Tchiakovsky? Black Swan just got owned.) (full review 3/25)
Paul (Greg Mottola, 2011). Simon Pegg and Nick Frost do one without Edgar Wright, who is, let us say, missed. (full review 3/18)
At What a Feeling!, more monkeys from the Eighties: George Romero’s Monkey Shines.