Mr. Tsai is a film critic with bylines in The New York Sun, Los Angeles Times,…
A tale of rekindled romance waxes poetic about providence and reincarnation.
While not nearly as cohesive or bold as ‘Everything Everywhere,’ the Disney Plus series ‘American Born Chinese’ does offer unique depictions and insights.
The French filmmaker’s sense of wide-eyed wonder in his whimsical adventures is missing in the tale of Latte Pronto in ‘Fool’s Paradise.’
Judging by the new adaptation of Blume’s cautionary tale about conformity, it’s easy to see why the author’s work has resonated with generations of girls and young women.
While it doesn’t go for broke like ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ the film is worthy of the comparison.
He has adapted Georges Bizet’s storied opera into a movie, updating it to the present-day Chihuahuan Desert from 19th-century Spain.
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