Clemency

Newcomer Chinonye Chukwu’s breakthrough film “Clemency” made a splash at the 2019 Sundance Festival and it's a solid, well-intentioned drama, substantially elevated by the performances of Aldis Hodge and particularly [...]

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's (“Lady Bird”) new version of Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel "Little Women" is an engaging and tender success. The latest adaptation is vividly and delicately produced, and it's [...]

Uncut Gems

The Safdie brothers (Josh and Benny) have already made a name for themselves in the indie world with early work such as "Daddy Longlegs" and "Heaven Knows What", In 2017, [...]

Cats

Where to begin with "Cats"? The film adaptation of one of the longest running Broadway shows is boasted by a stellar cast, an Oscar-winning director, and co-written by one of [...]

Bombshell

A few years ago the whole deck of cards collapsed over sex abuse scandals within the media. The Me Too movement encouraged many women to come forward to express the [...]

A Hidden Life

"A Hidden Life", a chronicle of a conscientious objector during the rise of the Third Reich, is Terrence Malick's most challenging and dreary film to date. This time around his [...]

The Two Popes

Reflecting back on the past decade, we have had quite a few memorable films about clerics wrestling with their faith, such as Martin Scorsese's 2016 masterpiece "Silence", Paul Schrader's "First [...]

In Fabric

The latest film from Peter Strickland, In Fabric, is a dizzying dive into horror-comedy. Visually it hearkens back to the giallo Italian films of the 70s and it’s clear that [...]