After putting it off countless times, I finally created a TV section for this website, which I’ve been wanting to do for more than two years. TV coverage here will remain the same (i.e., minimal). The only difference is that now you can find all our TV-related entries on a single page. The URL couldn’t possibly be easier to remember: criticsroundup.com/TV.
There was a lot to present this week for movies from both the past and present.
The Human Surge (Williams)
Eduardo Williams’ The Human Surge (Argentina)
James Mangold’s Logan (United States)
Bill & Turner Ross’ Contemporary Color (United States)
Kris Avedisian’s Donald Cried (United States)
Sara Jordenö’s Kiki (United States)
Before Sunrise (Linklater)
Cinema of the Past
Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise (United States, 1995)
Richard Linklater’s Before Sunset (United States, 2004)
Michael Curtiz’s Mildred Pierce (United States, 1945)
Kenji Mizoguchi’s Ugetsu (Japan, 1953)
Seijun Suzuki’s Zigeunerweisen (Japan, 1980)
Warren Beatty’s Rules Don’t Apply (United States, 2016)