I really enjoyed 'Isle of Dogs.' In his first film since 2014's 'Grand Budapest Hotel,' Wes Anderson once again unleashes (nailed it) his unique vision; this time to tell a story about a boy and his dog.
Critic and Editor in Chief of Spinning the Reel
I walked out of the theater and drove home in silence. Not because 'A Quiet Place' ingrained into me an irrational fear of sound hunting monsters, much the same way that 'Jaws' kept kids out of swimming pools the summer of 1975. Rather, I think the reason I embraced the quiet is that in just an hour and a half at the theater I had become totally immersed in the world and story that John Krasinski had created. It just felt true.