About Matt Goldberg
Matt Goldberg has been an editor with Collider since 2007. As the site's Chief Film Critic, he has authored hundreds of reviews and covered major film festivals including the Toronto International Film Festival and the Sundance Film Festival. He resides in Atlanta with his wife and their dog Jack.
"I have to believe in a world outside my own mind."
The Aronofsky film invites interpretation, so here’s mine.
Yes, the conclusion is a bit abrupt, but it does have an emotional resolution to the first part of the planned duology.
Edgar Wright’s nostalgia-infused horror movie starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, and Matt Smith, is a stylish mystery.
Surely, this will lead to a calm and reasonable discussion.
There's a Superman-shaped hole that a sequel could have filled.
To really understand the filmmaker, you need to go back to the very start.
We try to make sense of Ari Aster’s deeply disturbing horror film.
Garland's sci-fi movie invites interpretation.
Filmmakers, please stop doing this.
Hot take: human characters matter in these movies.
The sci-fi film's conclusion hints at finality, but the totality of the film points to ambiguity.
The filmmaker has always found a way to bring his vision to light, whether it’s through indies or blockbusters.
The acclaimed director swings between films that inspire and infuriate.