O'GRADY FILM

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Review: Made in Hong Kong

Ventured out to Metrograph to catch a screening of the gorgeous new 4K restoration of Fruit Chan’s Made in Hong Kong. This stylish,...

Review: 1917

1917 is a breathtaking technical achievement. Producing a “single-take” movie (even one as obviously stitched-together as this—not a...

Review: The Irishman

[The following review contains SPOILERS; you have been warned!] If the poetry of violence is a language in and of itself, then Martin...

Review: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” isn't merely a title; it's a mission statement. It immediately evokes a vivid image, promising a celebration and/or...

Review: Hostiles

As much as I love the “classic” Western, it’s been fascinating to witness how such innovative filmmakers as Quentin Tarantino and the...

The Poetry of Violence

Ever since Edwin S. Porter had his great train robber fire directly at the camera, the landscape of cinema has been drenched in blood....