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What's That Shimmering In the Ether?
"The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain" stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the Victorian-era illustrator who celebrated cats and believed he could feel electricity in the space around him. Claire Foy is Emily Richardson, the woman he loves, and the two stars in conjunction are a grand spectacle.
Mixing It Up With the Master
A filmmaking couple in Mia Hansen-Løve's wonderful "Bergman Island" spend a summer residency on the island off the coast of Sweden where Ingmar Bergman lived and made some of his most cherished films.
A Blessed Event On the Sheep Farm
It's not your ordinary lamb, but then "Lamb" isn't your ordinary Icelandic indie film. It's a debut feature, by Valdimar Jóhannsson, that's extraordinarily well made, seriously strange and stars the superb Noomi Rapace, who was the fierce Goth hacker Lisbeth Salandar in the original Swedish version of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
The End Of a Bond Line
It's been 15 years since we first saw him, and were startled by him, as James Bond in "Casino Royale" (which turned out to be one of the best Bonds ever.) Now Daniel Craig is playing Bond for the last time in "No Time To Die," which is very long, very uneven and, from time to time, greatly affecting.
The Algorithms of Love
What if the man who says "I'm Your Man" isn't a man? Maria Schrader's German-language sci-fi romance explores the shifting ground between hormones and silicon.
Sobre KCRW Film Reviews
O crítico de cinema Joe Morgenstern, que todas as semanas revela filmes neste podcast ou sobre ao céu de Hollywood, já ganhou um Pulitzer, trabalhou no New York Times e noutros grandes jornais norte-americanos. O que quer dizer que a opinião deste senhor conta e deve sempre consultá-la antes de ir ao cinema.