Tagged with Guillermo Calderón

Review: Neruda, 2016, dir. Pablo Larraín

Review: Neruda, 2016, dir. Pablo Larraín


When did Pablo Larraín become one of cinema’s hardest working people? The guy has two movies in theaters right now, and they’re just the second and third movies of his that have graced screens in 2016. The Club is probably the best of the bunch, but I liked his latest, Neruda, a sort-of biopic about Pablo … Continue reading

Review: The Club, 2016, dir. Pablo Larraín

Review: The Club, 2016, dir. Pablo Larraín


“If you need another reason to fume at this year’s slate of Oscar nominees, look no further than Pablo Larraín’s The Club. Think of it as a Chilean counterpoint to Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight, sans the gloss and with a greater emphasis on the guilty and afflicted than on the supposed saviors: Spotlight is about good … Continue reading