RogerEbert.com — Carrie Pilby

As the title character — a 19-year-old woman who’s brilliant beyond her years and miserable — Bel Powley is so enormously compelling that she breathes life into Carrie’s quirks and the story’s contrivances. It’s clear that the women behind the scenes have great affection for Carrie in all her self-sabotaging imperfections. And the supporting cast, […]

RogerEbert.com — T2 Trainspotting

If you loved “Trainspotting,” well … here it is again. Danny Boyle’s sequel to his generation-defining 1996 film offers more of the same, for better and for worse. An opportunity to wallow in grimy nostalgia seems to be its sole purpose. It’s got all of the director’s visual verve, but it lacks a real narrative […]

RogerEbert.com — Raw

It’s French cannibalism as feminist manifesto, and it’s one of the year’s most daringly alive films. The debut feature from brilliant writer-director Julia Ducournau is a celebration of female power—of realizing who you are, what you want and how to go after it, albeit with brutally bloody results. My rave, at RogerEbert.com. Read the review […]