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Quentin Tarantino Retrospective–Best Tarantino Films, Ranked

By |08/22/2019|

Quentin Tarantino's is perhaps the most celebrated filmmaker to arise in the last 25 years. It is insane to think that someone with so much caliber and pristine only has [...]

Where’d You Go, Bernadette

By |08/21/2019|

  About 15 mins through Richard Linklater's adaptation of Maria Semple's popular novel "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" you instantly know you are in for one painful ride. Everything from the [...]

Fall Movie Preview 2019–16 Titles to Get Excited For

By |08/16/2019|

As summer is coming close to an end, 2019 has been a stacked this year with many great offerings such as Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", Nuri [...]

The Art of Self-Defense

By |08/08/2019|

Writer-director Riley Stearns is obviously an admirer of martial arts, and with his sophomore feature "The Art of Self-Defense" he could have showed how noble things like self-defense and martial [...]

The Farewell

By |08/08/2019|

Following her debut 2014 romantic dramedy "Posthumous", Chinese filmmaker Lulu Wang sophomore film "The Farewell" continues her quirky traits merged with deep characters, and the film holds many great influences that consist [...]

Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood

By |07/26/2019|

Quentin Tarantino's 9th feature film, that is heavily borrowed from the title of Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in the West" titled "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" is [...]

Too Old to Die Young

By |07/11/2019|

The versatile and innovative Amazon Prime brings Nicholas Winding Refn's new series "Too Old to Die Young" to its  streaming service, which debuted on June 14th, and I am sure [...]

The Last Black Man in San Francisco

By |06/27/2019|

The timing for a film like "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" is right. Cities like San Francisco across American have been changing, due to mass migration along with [...]

The Dead Don’t Die

By |06/27/2019|

Jim Jarmusch's thirteenth feature film is a zombie film, but it is far from being brainless, but its also not that fun or as clever as it thinks it is. [...]

The Souvenir

By |06/01/2019|

An extraordinary and deeply personal exploration on deep memories and experiences, British writer-director Joanna Hogg's  fourth feature film, "The Souvenir" is an astonishing origin story that is deeply auto-biographical, and [...]