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Only the Elephants Will Remember: "Dumbo," reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Colin Farrell and some kids in  Dumbo . (Disney)

Colin Farrell and some kids in Dumbo. (Disney)

No critique of a long-lived artist is lazier or more boring than “I liked the early shit.” What can I say? I’m enough of a partisan of enough of the movies Tim Burton made back in the prior century that I’m always rooting for him to get his groove back. Alas, his new Dumbo shows no evidence of groove restoration. It’s fine, but any number of hacks like the ones who make Dwayne Johnson vehicles might’ve made this movie for all the personality it’s got. My NPR review is here.

We Need to Talk About Keoghan: The Killing of a Sacred Deer, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan in Yorgos Lanthimos' latest puzzler.

Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan in Yorgos Lanthimos' latest puzzler.

Writing a review the same day I see a film or a play will never be my favorite way to work, but the results aren't always bad. It's trickier when the subject is as provocative and original as Yorgos Lanthimos' movies tend to be. His latest, a mix of Greek myth and The Shining-era Stantley Kubrick, is well worth seeing even if it's not quite as strong as The Lobster.