A feel-good, lighthearted film, The Lost City does an excellent job of showcasing the chemistry between its two leads, which is ultimately the best reason to watch.
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Director: Trey Edward ShultsStarring: Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, Kelvin Harrison Jr., and Riley KeoughCinematographer: Drew DanielsOriginal Release Date: June 9, 2017 Of all the types of horror subgenres, it is Psychological Horror that appeals to me the most. Monsters have long been a representation of our […]
“And me? I’m nothing but a servant. Nothing more than his shadow.“ Jingzhao, Shadow Zhang Yimou’s recent epic, Shadow, is a monochromatic beauty. Although Yimou’s previous films, such as Hero and House of Flying Daggers, are well known for their vivid use of colors, he opts to highlight […]