Through gorgeous cinematography, an oddly beautiful musical score, and an impeccable lead performance, The Eyes of My Mother burrows into your psyche and takes you to a dark place you didn't know existed.
Incarnate is not a perfect film, by any means. But instead, it exists as an entertaining film that could mark the beginning of the next horror franchise to bring audiences into theaters on a regular basis.
There's some beautiful visuals and individual moments that can be seen be enjoyed, but if you're looking for a plot that makes sense, you may want to apply elsewhere.
Manchester By The Sea can reduce you to tears, while also making you feel an overwhelming desire to celebrate the power of Lonergan's accomplishment.
Robert Zemeckis' career has partially been defined by the electiveness in his filmography -- regularly experimenting in new and different genres and styles -- and his first venture into the World War II era is a success.