Tag: Josephine Decker

2020 Mid-Year Catch-Up: Reviews of SHIRLEY and SPACESHIP EARTH

by Ken Bakely

As we arrive at the midpoint of the year, I’ve gone back and started catching up with some noted movies from the last six months. As streaming becomes the only practical form currently available to films, this gives both an easier opportunity to keep tabs on titles of interest and makes it somewhat harder to stay up to date. I begin with capsule reviews of Josephine Decker’s Shirley and Matt Wolf’s Spaceship Earth.

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Madeline’s Madeline — Review

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Helena Howard in a scene from Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline


“The movie’s very existence is a meta statement on its quest to operate on its own terms.”

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