Lost (2004-2010) – J.J Abrams

[25-WR] Season one is condescendingly sexy in a poor man’s Hollywood/Holloway sort of way while sometimes delivering quality twists provided one’s disbelief gets suspended enough. [25-WR]

The Northman (2022) Robert Eggers

[25-WR] Balancing historically accurate brutality and well-rounded storytelling, this feast pushes its narrative of avenging men and succumbing women right into viewerβ€˜s eyes and guts. [25-WR]

Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

[25-WR] Likeable round around BuscemiΒ΄s past featuring family and settings no one would object to watch other than a certain female interest that feels uncomfortably young. [25-WR]

The Power of the Dog (2021) – Jane Campion

[25-WR] Barking dogs don’t bite, but conceal their fragile masculinity under thick hides. This psychological exposΓ© intersects power’s balance with sharp angles and a descending score. [25-WR]

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