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Non-Fiction

By |05/31/2019|

Greatly influenced by the works of Erik Rohmer that also plays out like an excellent Woody Allen comedy like "Husbands and Wives", French auteur Olivier Assayas has crafted a sharply [...]

Under the Silver Lake

By |05/30/2019|

I really wanted to rate "Under the Silver Lake" a higher rating, in fact there is a lot to love about the film. It is technically marvelous, aesthetically rich, beautifully [...]

Booksmart

By |05/26/2019|

  Every few years, a teen comedy comes around that makes an impression on its core audience. Going as far back as 1978’s "Animal House", to “The Breakfast Club”, “Clueless” [...]

Brightburn

By |05/26/2019|

Most superhero movies are based on comic books, we’re pretty familiar with that. The characters with fully established fan bases are the films that are guaranteed to make the most [...]

Aladdin

By |05/26/2019|

As Disney continues to remake every last one of their classic animated films, they are starting to dig into the films of the last Disney Renaissance. Many of their classics [...]

Michigan Short Film Round-Up (May 2019 Edition)

By |05/24/2019|

Short films just as feature films invoke emotions. Sadly there isn't much of a market for short films since there are so many of them, and people prefer to not [...]

Her Smell

By |05/24/2019|

Nauseating by design and visceral in experience, with a running time that is about 30 minutes over-long,  "Her Smell", the sixth feature from indie film writer-director Alex Ross Perry (Queen of [...]

A Dog’s Journey

By |05/20/2019|

Two years ago, we received A Dog’s Purpose, a family-friendly comedy about a dog named Bailey. Voiced by the perfectly cast Josh Gad, Bailey attempts to find out what his [...]

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

By |05/10/2019|

The Pokémon franchise has been with us ever since the mid-90s, and has gone on to become a staple of people’s childhoods. Kids everyone, at some point, find themselves in [...]

Ash Is Purest White

By |05/09/2019|

An official selection at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, where it was in competition for the Palme D'Or that went to Hirokazu Kore-eda's masterpiece, "Shoplifters" (placed 3rd in my top [...]