Tag Archives: Pablo Larrain

Neruda (Larraín, 2016)

Easily one of my favorites of 2017, Neruda gets Pablo Larraín back on track after what I think is the only slight misstep in his filmography (Jackie). Neruda is playful and beautiful. Like The Club, Larraín favors hazy frames, often seemingly underneath a layer of … Continue reading

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The Club (Larrain) and Hail, Caesar! (Coen, 2016)

Another two films among the best new ones I’ve seen in 2016 – The Club and Hail, Caesar! The Club would be a great companion partner with Spotlight and a horrible film to watch with someone you don’t know well. … Continue reading

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