ScreenAnarchy's Top 10 Films of 2023

Hello all of you readers, and the best wishes for 2024 from all of us here at ScreenAnarchy! One of those best wishes is that we hope you will all see many good films. May our enjoyment of cinema be...

THE ZONE OF INTEREST Review: The Monsters Among Us, Within These Walls

Directed by Jonathan Glazer, the film stars Sandra Hüller, Christian Friedel, and Ralph Herforth.

Screen Anarchists On INDIANA JONES AND THE DIAL OF DESTINY

It seemed like a joke when the news broke that Harrison Ford, at the time almost 80 years old, would take up the hat and whip for another turn as the intrepid archaeologist Indiana Jones. But lo-and-behold, there it...

INDIANA JONES AND THE DIAL OF DESTINY Review: Popcorn for Adults

Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mads Mikkelsen star; James Mangold directed.

NOBODY'S HERO Review: Unexpectedly Topical French Farce

French director Alain Guiraudie's unpredictable comedy combines a bedroom farce with a terrorist attack.

ADIPURUSH Review: Catastrophic VFX Mar Bahubali-Style Indian Epic

The most expensive Indian film ever made is a fantasy action blockbuster based on the epic poem Ramayana.

Cannes 2023 Review: THE DELINQUENTS, Sensationally Entertaining Bank-Heist Dramedy

Daniel Elías and Esteban Bigliardi star as bank colleagues who rob their employer in Rodrigo Moreno's Argentinian comedy drama.

Cannes 2023 Review: THE OLD OAK, Exploitative Racism Melodrama Is An Embarrassment

British director Ken Loach unveiled the final film of his decades-long career at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes 2023 Review: KIDNAPPED, Vatican Scandal Grippingly Dramatized

Director Marco Bellocchio tells a historical drama about a boy forcibly taken from his Jewish family and raised as a Catholic.

Cannes 2023 Review: ANATOMY OF A FALL, Underwhelming Palme d'Or Winner

Sandra Hüller stars in a courtroom drama, directed by French filmmaker Justine Triet.

Cannes 2023 Review: IN OUR DAY, Luminous Korean Miniature

Prolific Korean auteur Hong Sangsoo premieres his 30th film in the Director's Fortnight section at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes 2023 Review: INSIDE THE YELLOW COCOON SHELL, Extraordinary Debut Feature

First-time Vietnamese filmmaker Pham Thien An unspooled his stunning feature in the Director's Fortnight section at the Cannes Film Festival.

Cannes 2023 Review: ABOUT DRY GRASSES, Turkish Drama Is Too Profound By Half

Nuri Bilge Ceylan returns with his seventh consecutive Cannes Competition entry, another sprawling three-hour plus drama about the human condition.

Cannes 2023 Review: CLUB ZERO, Dieting Satire Hits Close to Home

Mia Wasikowska stars as a sinister nutrition coach in Jessica Hausner's new film.

Cannes 2023 Review: FALLEN LEAVES, Aki Kaurismäki's Deadpan Masterwork

Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki returns to the Cannes competition after 12 years with a superlative romantic comedy.

Cannes 2023 Review: YOUTH (SPRING), Chronicle of China's Working Class Youth

Chinese director Wang Bing makes his Cannes Competition debut with a stunning, expansive work about China's youth working in the country's garment industry.

Cannes 2023 Review: OCCUPIED CITY, Tales From WWII-Era Amsterdam

Steve McQueen directs a 4.5 hour Holocaust documentary.

Cannes 2023 Review: THE ZONE OF INTEREST, Jonathan Glazer's Oblique Holocaust Drama

Sandra Hüller and Christian Friedel star in a German-language film, directed by Jonathan Glazer.

Cannes 2023 Review: INDIANA JONES AND THE DIAL OF DESTINY, Indy's Final Adventure

Directed by James Mangold, Harrison Ford reprises his iconic role for the fifth and last time in the long running fan favorite film series.