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SXSW 2023: All Of Deadlines Movie Reviews

SXSW 2023: All Of Deadlines Movie Reviews

The SXSW Film and Television Festival is back in Austin, and the last day critics are looking at all the big movies. We're back with our review of last year's Oscar-winning, one-time launch pad for the festival. Daniels' wild sci-fi action film premiered at SXSW and is the first film to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

Please check back often as we add more reviews.

Section: Topics
Directed by Emma Seligman.
Writers: Emma Seligman, Rachel Sennot
Cast: Rachel Sennot, Io Edbury, Ruby Cruz, Havana Rose Liu, Kia Gerber, Nicholas Galicin, Miles Fowler, Marshawn Lynch, Dagmara Dominick, Panky Johnson
The last day of the deadline. Bottom is fun, but with a few minor tweaks it could be a fantastic exploration of the gray areas of queerness and what it's like to be at the root of it all as a teenager. It's definitely an ambitious second film for a director who still has room to grow.

Section: Topics
Directors: Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daly
Writers: Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daly and Michael Gillio
Cast: Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Hugh Grant, Reggie-Jean Page, Judge Smith, Sophia Lillis, Chloe Coleman, Daisy Head
The last time is leading. With the renewed interest in the fantasy genre, it's great to see something outside of LOTR and Game of Thrones being done well and enjoyed. Dungeons and Dragons is also one of the best adaptations because of the combination of all the elements: solid casting, good story, dynamic direction and great special effects.

Section: Topics
Directed and written by Lee Cronin
Cast : Lily Sullivan, Alyssa Sutherland, Morgan Davis, Gabriel Echols, Neal Fisher
The last time is leading. Deadites is one of the funniest and most charming of the horror canon, and despite the crazy horror sequences, it's a funny, clever, gory, and sad return that will keep viewers entertained. As the fans love it.

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Section: Topics
Director: Eva Longoria
Screenwriters: Lewis Colic and Linda Yvette Chavez
Cast: Jesse Garcia, Annie Gonzalez, Emilio Rivera, Dennis Haysbert, Tony Shalhoub, Matt Walsh, Bobby Soto, Pepe Serna
The deadline. The light narration of the film's protagonist proves that everything presented here is not documentary. This is a smart move because this funny and very funny movie should not be penalized for playing with some facts.

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Section: historical focus
Director-Screenwriter: Billy Luther
Actors: Kier Thalmann, Charlie Hogan, Martin Sensmeier
The end of the age. By using his own experience as a rough map rather than a rhythm paper, Billy Luther achieves something truly unique by exploring the universal themes of childhood and family in a way that transcends context.

Section: historical focus
Directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Screenwriters: Robert Rodriguez and Max Borenstein
Actors : Ben Affleck, Alice Braga, JD Pardo, Halla Finley, Dio O'Keeney, Jeff Fahey, Jackie Earle Haley, William Fichtner
The word is indicated. Robert Rodriguez revealed at the premiere that the film is a work in progress and still needs work to move forward. It's never boring and has a solid enough concept to stick with, but it's all over the place and needs some weight.

Section: historical focus
Directed by Christian Mercado.
Screenplay by Angela Bourassa
Actors: Anthony Mackie, Zoe Chao, Natalie Morales
Final conclusion. Interestingly, Christian Mercado's film seems to move faster in cosmic stasis than in the real world. Why is such a simple story only 92 minutes long? It is one of many stories from the universe. Secrets

Section: special events
Directed by Chad Stahelski
Authors: Shay Hatten, Michael Finch
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Ian McShane, Lance Reddick, Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgård, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, Rina Sawayama, Scott Adkins, Classy Brown
The word is the word. John Weeks is longer and less dry than the original. And John Wick though. Chapter 4 has grown to about 40 minutes since the last one, mostly without slowing down, and continues to be a feast for fans of Keanu Reeves' commando/gun foo/car foo martial arts genre.

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Category: Historical Fiction Film Competition
Directed by Lisa Stein.
Anna Greenfield's screenplay
Actors: Karen Gillan, Margaret Sophie Stein, Jermaine Fowler
The end of the age. Lisa Stein's film debut is an intimate and provocative, all-female independent film with talented Scottish actress Karen Gillan, whose career continues to grow.

Transition. Midnight
Writers-Directors: Colin and Cameron Cairns
Starring: David Dastmalchian, Georgina Haig, Faisal Bazi
Deadline. That Night with the Devil is one of countless genre festivals celebrated worldwide, but the Cairns brothers deserve a little more attention for their film's commitment to American history and pop culture.

Section: historical focus
Directed by Luke Guilford.
Writers: David Largman Murray, Kevin Best, Luke Gilford
Actors: Charlie Plummer, Renée Rosado, Eve Lindley
Final conclusion. Perhaps more coincidentally than intended, everything the song celebrates comes under attack, and this understated affirmation of personal growth and freedom might just be what we really need right now.

Category: documentaries
Director-script: Ondi Timoner
The deadline. Following last year's "Last Flight Home," an emotionally intense but thoughtful meditation on his father's rights to a medically assisted death, Timoner returns to his craft, an uncanny ability to understand pop culture as it is: as it is.

Section: Topics
Direction-Script: Julio Torres
Cast: Julio Torres, Tilda Swinton, RZA, Isabella Rossellini, Larry Owens, Catalina Saavedra, Greta Lee
Deadline. Troublemaker , a comedy that serves as a critique of capitalism, is about learning about authenticity and being confident enough to hold a position. Especially as a person of color who often feels invisible or needs to be reduced to fit in.

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Category: Historical Fiction Film Competition
Directed and written by Leah McKendrick
Actors: Leah McKendrick, Ego Nwodim, Andrew Santino
Deadline. It's a cool comedy about a girl dealing with her own emotional issues as a single mother. But the set-up is just that, as Leah McKendrick-Neely can't seem to get any conventional game plan across the finish line on her own.

Section : Historical focus
Screenwriter: Jake Johnson
Starring Jake Johnson, Anna Kendrick, Andy Samberg, Natalie Morales, Christopher Lloyd, Wayne Brady, Gatta, Emily Hampshire, Mary Holland, Boban Marjanovic.
Final conclusion. Freedom is never boring, but the story is not well structured. The third round was a disaster. The other problem is that Tommy doesn't do a complete 180 at the end, so he's a jerk at the end.

Section: Topics
Director: Juan S. Fuerte
Screenplay by Noah Pink
Starring: Taron Egerton, Nikita Efremov, Sofia Lebedeva, Anthony Boyle, Ben Miles, Ken Yamamura, Igor Grabuzov, Oleg Stefanko, Ian Nagabuchi, Rick Yune
Takeaway: Tetris is utterly addictive, more like a Cold War-era international espionage thriller than a Russian video game rights acquisition exercise. Yes, that last sentence is the crux of this story, but I guarantee you'll be on the edge of your seat, and surprisingly, it's all true.

Section: historical focus
Directed by Emma Westenberg.
Screenplay by Ruby Custer
Actors: Clara McGregor, Ewan McGregor, Vera Balder
The last line. It's brutal in its subject matter, looking at issues related to addiction and self-harm, but its handling is surprisingly light and spirited. Like Eliza Hittman's 2020 Sundance hit Never Never Some Always , this is a road movie that flies like a fever dream.

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