Blue Bayou

In the recent wake of political discourse, Justin Chon writes, directs and stars in his new feature, Blue Bayou that covers an overlooked problem that is the unfair treatment of [...]

Dear Evan Hansen

Dear Hollywood, Perhaps it is time we take away any opportunity to allow Universal Pictures to greenlight big-screen adaptations of hit Broadway musicals. After the colossal failure of Tom Hooper's [...]


After taking on her last contract, she is fatally poisoned and left with only 24 hours to live. Kate, who has made a living for herself as a brutally skilled [...]

Cry Macho

What does it mean to be a man? Clint Eastwood’s 39th directorial effort Cry Macho thoughtfully explores that question. Eastwood plays retired rodeo cowboy and horse trainer Mike Milo, who [...]


Directors Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly are somewhat new to the scene, directing only 2 other feature films (Beneath the Harvest Sky, The Way We Get By) that have performed [...]


James Wan has officially ran out of fucks to give. The Australian genre maestro has made a return to the genre that started his career after just a five year [...]

The Card Counter

After the high acclaim of First Reformed (2018), iconic writer-director Paul Schrader is once again back at directing his own screenplays that continues his brilliant sensibilities of traumatized and isolated [...]

The Protégé

Director Martin Campbell has had an interesting career, from directing gritty and exceptional spy films like  Casino Royale (2006) and GoldenEye (1995) to the nearly atrocious Green Lantern (2011). But [...]

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