God & Country

God & Country from producer Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride, When Harry Met Sally) and director Dan Partland may not seem to reveal too much as a whole, especially to [...]

Rustin

With the cinematic awards season in full swing and the highly-contested 96th Academy Awards just weeks away, films like Rustin are getting timely releases and more than adequate media attention. [...]

Madame Web

It would be an understatement to say the Sony-Marvel universe has not achieved the same success as the MCU. While  the superhero genre as of this writing has experienced a [...]

Lisa Frankenstein

The Frankenstein retellings are still in full swing following 2023's The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster and Birth/Rebirth. This time, with Lisa Frankenstein, acclaimed indie filmmaker Diablo Cody lends [...]

The Monk and the Gun

Bhutan's young genius filmmaker, Pawo Choyning Dorji, progresses as a filmmaker with The Monk and the Gun, a satirical, alluring, spiritual, and divine film that contemplates the power of democracy, [...]

The Taste of Things

A passionately crafted and pointed look at cooking, cuisine, love, and romance are the aspects that celebrate the human spirit. The Taste of Things delivers a highly satisfying story concerning [...]

Perfect Days

A tender, moving, and accessible character study, iconic German filmmaker Wim Wenders latest film, Perfect Days, spotlights internal longing in modern-day Japan and the film is about a bathroom custodian [...]

The Promised Land

The sweeping historical epic is a longtime favorite genre for filmmakers. Even now, outside of the genre’s heyday, there are still quite a few that pop up. Recent examples include Napoleon, The [...]

Argylle

Producer-turned-director Matthew Vaughn has been behind some of the more influential Hollywood projects over the past couple of decades. Starting out as a producer on Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock and [...]

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