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White Noise Review - 2022 Noah Baumbach Netflix Movie Film

London Film Festival Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘White Noise’

“At its best, Noah Baumbach’s impressive and thoroughly decent adaptation of ‘White Noise’ interestingly discusses people’s relatable ownership of secrets yet complete inability to internalize them.”

Double Consciousness: Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’

“‘BlacKkKlansman,’ fairly or not, will be judged as Lee’s ‘comeback’ movie. He never really left, of course.”

Moments of Revelation in Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ and ‘Shutter Island’

“What is the cost to oneself of living by a system of belief?”

Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door: Analyzing Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ as a Remake of His 1967 Debut

“Scorsese’s latest film channels the same intellectual curiosity and spiritual fervor of his directorial debut, with the addition of nearly 50 years of experience in technical skill and storytelling precision.”

Review: Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’

“For all its violence and grandiosity, it stands as an impressively filmed indictment against religious persecution.”

London Film Festival Review: Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Paterson’

“‘Paterson’ is about that circularity of life that simultaneously brings about sparks of creativity and moments of reassuring stability.”

Moving Picture: ‘Frances Ha’ and Me

An Essay by Kyle Turner

DMG’s Jeff Nichols RetroSpecial: ‘Midnight Special’ (2016)

“Jeff Nichols remains one of the greatest working American directors, and no studio interference can ever dilute that.”

Recap: Girls ‘Good Man’

“The series may not be as wild and crazy as its earlier and edgier self, but the even strain continues to fit neatly with the theme of maturation.”

Berlinale 2016: Jeff Nichols’ ‘Midnight Special’ – A Refreshingly Familiar Sci-Fi Adventure

“Midnight Special has an emotional core compelling enough to draw in massive crowds of cinemagoers, a sci-fi grandeur showy enough to pull in the Marvel/DC crowd (is there a still a DC crowd?), and a visual acuity worthy of the interest of even the most hardened cinephiles.”

Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘While We’re Young’

“A plethora of likable characters and tidy wrap-ups diminish the artistic potential of While We’re Young, as Baumbach doesn’t compromise the film’s abilities as a general crowdpleaser.”