Ananda Dillon's Movie Reviews
All movie reviews written by Ananda Dillon
A case study in indulgent and privileged grieving.
Self-absorbed socialites pretend to have deep thoughts in this aimless psychodrama.
A sharp looking dark comedy showcasing a technological future filled with people we already know and hate.
London Has Fallen
An almost insensitive America-beats-all action flick.
How To Plan An Orgy in a Small Town (Slamdance Review)
Small towners attempts to be sexually adventurous are too sad to laugh at.
The Big Short
Funny and infuriating, Adam McKay's portrayal of the housing market collapse is a sharp shaming of those involved.
An exhilarating must-watch around the feminine experience of five fierce Turkish girls.
Funny Bunny (AFI FEST)
Eccentricity abounds in this tale of three outliers, but all it produces is boredom.
Bryan Cranston plays a hero of the Hollywood blacklist in a film unequal and unfit to its historical significance.
An enchanting and moving story of cultural identity, romance, and life's most difficult choices.