Leigh Monson has been a professional film critic and writer for six years, with bylines at Birth.Movies.Death., SlashFilm, and Polygon. Attorney by day, cinephile by night, and delicious snack by mid-afternoon, Leigh loves queer cinema and deconstructing genre tropes. If you like insights into recent films and love stupid puns, you can follow them on Twitter.
'Sator' feels right at home with the bleak familial meditations of 'Relic' and 'The Dark and the Wicked'.
'4x4' is a paradox, a stationary thrill ride that maintains momentum without leaving the confines of a space that cannot even accommodate standing up.
The search for one's tribe brings up questions of whether such artificial divisions are at all necessary.
'Herself' is a pretty good movie, even if its lack of personal identity won't likely last the test of time.
This level of indulgence is forgivable to give Georgiou and the mirror universe the melodramatic bows they deserve.
If the groundwork laid in the first three episodes tells us anything, big things are awaiting us in the weeks to come.
The success of “Terra Firma” will largely depend on next week’s resolution, but for now, Georgiou’s self-discovery is enthralling.
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