The unadaptable novel is made possible with a standout performance by Sue Lyon
The Whale (2022)
The Whale: A frustrating and disastrous look at loss and grief led by the best male performance of the year from Brendan Fraser
Deep Water (2022)
Deep Water: Waiting for anything significant to happen in Deep Water is a lot to ask for, apparantly. More of a chore to get through than a compelling thriller with a missed opportunity between the two leads.
Following: An edgy, smart thriller full of unpredictable twists and turns from a first time director’s feature film.
The Lost Daughter (2021)
The Lost Daughter: For her directorial debut, Maggie Gyllenhaal delivers a profound character study of a mother reliving both the happy and sad moments of motherhood
Nightmare Alley (2021)
Nightmare Alley: A slow methodical overtly long psychological narrative led by Bradley Cooper among a talented ensemble cast
Memento: A disorienting mind bending time warping trip led by Guy Pearce’s surreal and subtle performance
Last Night in Soho (2021)
Last Night in Soho: An engaging psychological horror film led by two magnetic performances in Thomasin Mackenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy