Tag: Alex Garland

Men Movie Review - 2022 Alex Garland Film

Review: Alex Garland’s ‘Men’

“‘Men,’ Garland’s latest, will draw the filmmaker’s faithful, but the modest environs, esoteric posture and open text most likely won’t translate to massive financial success.”

A Problem Without a Solution: On Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’

“The body and the mind, and the horror therein, may be renewed through a metamorphosis of perception, as there is hope to be found in letting it, whatever it is, grow.”

Review: Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’

“‘Annihilation’ is far from indecipherable, as it counts on its ability to be understood.”

Vague Visages Writers’ Room: Weekend Vibes 2.23.18

Weekend Vibes is a Friday column about streaming recommendations, new release hype and entertainment events. 

The Original Sin in ‘Ex Machina’: Ava Is the Origin

“‘Ex Machina’ is not a projection of A.I. fear, but more of a preliminary intervention on the organized process of fearing and hating women.”

We Failed This Film: Pete Travis and Alex Garland’s ‘Dredd’ (2012)

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Review: Alex Garland’s ‘Ex Machina’

“A commanding first directorial effort from Alex Garland, Ex Machina is the product of a perfectly-tuned collaborative endeavor, much like the mind of its artificial centerpiece.”