Tag: Alex Ross Perry

Her Smell Movie Review - 2018 Alex Ross Perry Film

Review: Alex Ross Perry’s ‘Her Smell’

“Perry has written an anti-heroine who is wholly clued into her own mythology metaphor, referring to herself and the band’s circumstances using the self-aggrandizing language of conquests, lore and legacy.”

TIFF 2018 Review: Brady Corbet’s ‘Vox Lux’

“By being so lazy and aggressive with his judgment of pop culture, Corbet ends up making a film that is bland in its anger, annoying in its attacks and ridiculous in its contempt for its characters and audience.”

A Matter of Style: Yasujirō Ozu Covers ‘Christopher Robin’

Michael J. Casey Imagines ‘Christopher Robin’ in the Style of Yasujirō Ozu

Making a Movie Is Humiliating: Alex Ross Perry on His Career So Far

Julia Yepes Interviews Filmmaker Alex Ross Perry

Vague Visages Writers’ Room: Weekend Vibes 2.16.18

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

Oak Cliff Film Festival Review: Alex Ross Perry’s ‘Golden Exits’

“In ‘Golden Exits,’ the miserable find company in the spaces they inhabit. Nothing is shared; nothing is collective.”

Cannes Film Festival Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’

“Like a classic stand-up comedian, Baumbach is far more interested in observation than hot button provocation.”

Éric Rohmer’s Battle of the Sexes

“Rohmer cares more about posing questions than providing the comfort of a conclusion.”

The Feminine Grotesque #8: Kingdom of Rot – On ‘Queen of Earth’

A Series by Angelica Jade Bastién

Review: Bob Byington’s ‘7 Chinese Brothers’

“While framed as a film about learning some great lesson about life and happiness, 7 Chinese Brothers never really builds from this assumed groundwork.”

Review: Alex Ross Perry’s ‘Queen of Earth’

“An intimate character study of a shifting, indefinable character, Queen of Earth pushes the already exceptionally talented Elisabeth Moss to new levels of intense frenzy and naked emotion.”