About Robert Joseph Butler

Robert Butler is an award-winning filmmaker whose most recent feature length movie, "Blood Immortal," won Best Horror Feature Film at the 24th annual Indie Gathering International Film Festival and is now available to own on DVD and on Digital platforms. His favorite films include Mulholland Dr., 2001: A Space Odyssey, Persona, Pulp Fiction, Goodfellas, Sunset Blvd., Lost in Translation, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, The Godfather: Part II, Citizen Kane, Cries and Whispers, L'Aventura, Do the Right Thing, Fargo, Schindler's List, La Dolce Vita, Pickup on South Street, Nashville, There Will Be Blood, Vertigo, and Contempt.

Ferrari

Ferrari is a very flawed but stylish film that eventually becomes more satisfying as it carries on. It's one of those uneven films that ends up scaping by with many [...]

Memory

A biting but finally tender love story about animosity, reconciliation, trauma, and mental health between two estranged classmates from high school offers a deeply engaging and liberating film experience. Memory [...]

The Iron Claw

It would be a cliche to point out that the best films about wrestling use the sport as a metaphor for the internal struggles going on outside the ring. In [...]

Wonka

No more kids in chocolate factories or fantastical candy lands. In Wonka, the origin story that is based on Roald Dahl's iconic character, which has now been played by three [...]

Maestro

An impressively skillful performance by both Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan provides some riveting emotional depth for Maestro, a stylized, conventional, and uneven biopic of the late Leonard Bernstein. While [...]

Poor Things

Greek provocateur Yorgos Lanthimos's adoration for surrealist aesthetics and edgy material is apparent once again in Poor Things, this time showing a fascination for silent movie aesthetics and highly stylized [...]

Dream Scenario

A surrealist satire that takes a lot of aim in its commentary doesn't always rise to the occasion, but it draws some rich ideas about our modern meme culture. Very [...]

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