Posts by Bekzhan Sarsenbay

Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans

By Bekzhan Sarsenbay

This portrait of an icon passes the time without revealing much about its subject.

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Closed Curtain

By Bekzhan Sarsenbay

Jafar Panahi’s second film made under house arrest is a riveting meditation on censorship and defiance.

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Vacation

By Bekzhan Sarsenbay

Crass gross-out and empty nostalgia fuel this garbled road-trip comedy to the vaunted Walley World.

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A brief history of James Bond title sequences

By Bekzhan Sarsenbay

From Dr No to Skyfall, Bekzhan Sarsenbay explores the trends and motifs of a movie institution.

Theeb

By Bekzhan Sarsenbay

A subtle and nuanced range western set in the Middle East during the late Ottoman period.

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Why Three Kings ranks among Spike Jonze’s best work

By Bekzhan Sarsenbay

His role as good-ol’-boy Conrad Vig is one of the great examples of directors acting.

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