Tag: Aaron Boalick

Review: Kleber Mendonça Filho’s ‘Aquarius’

“In ‘Aquarius,’ memories — of places, moments, music and lovers — balance imminent struggles to live well.”

Review: Ang Lee’s ‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk’

“Ultimately, Ang Lee delivers a smart war film that offers a great deal of empathy to its social actors while still remaining critical of imperialist impulses in American culture.”

Review: Joshua Marston’s ‘Complete Unknown’

“‘Complete Unknown’ seems to have its finger on the pulse of something characteristic of our FOMO culture.”

Tribeca Viewpoints: José Villalobos’ ‘The Charro of Toluquilla’

“‘The Charro of Toluquilla’ is definitely worth seeing, as Jaime is a character that you will not soon forget.”

Review: Gabriel Mascaro’s ‘Neon Bull’

“Humans and beasts share a primal bond as they occupy the land and the frame together. Mascaro thus internationalizes a strain of the French cinéma du corps as he weds it with the emerging art-house aesthetic of digital realism, crossing borders and species to create something extraordinary.”