O'GRADY FILM

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Review: Drive My Car

[The following review contains MAJOR SPOILERS; YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!] The plot of Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car revolves around a...

Review: The Rescue

When you get right down to it, the most memorable documentaries serve the same basic purpose as narrative films: telling stories,...

Review: The Last Duel

[The following review contains MINOR SPOILERS; YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!] Near the end of the first of the three Rashomon-esque chapters that...

Review: No Time to Die

[The following review contains MAJOR SPOILERS; YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!] From its mournful reprise of Louis Armstrong’s “We Have All the...

Review: The Card Counter

Efficient. If I had to choose a single word to describe Paul Schrader’s directorial style, that would be it: Efficient. In his movies...

Review: Wife of a Spy

Here in the United States, Kiyoshi Kurosawa has acquired a reputation for primarily producing “J-horror,” thanks in large part to the...

Review: The Suicide Squad

[The following review contains MAJOR SPOILERS; YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!] The pre-credit sequence of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is more...

Review: The Green Knight

Following an appropriately surreal and dreamlike prologue, David Lowery’s The Green Knight opens on a surprisingly mundane note: an image...

Review: Black Widow

[The following review contains MINOR SPOILERS; YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!] After a yearlong absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MCU has...

Review: Ladyhawke

The marketing for Richard Donner’s 1978 adaptation of Superman proudly proclaimed that the film would convince audiences that “a man...

 

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