A brief, lucid, and in no way totally reductionist breakdown of this complex Hollywood blockbuster from a child of the 80s who didn’t just read a synopsis.
Or “What Rutabagas Have In Common With Certain Sex Toys.” When I looked for pictures of rutabagas, all I found was turnips and kohlrabis, because it’s not a time of famine.
The Shape of the Water invites you to think deeply about those eggs. I did. I would say this article “contains spoilers,” but that’s more true for people who have seen it than who haven’t.
In Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams, a French archaeologist expounds on the hardness of the human soul. Nobody at all is eaten by an albino crocodile, which comes as a disappointment following Grizzly Man.