Bros

Undeniably sweet and amusing, though overly formulaic. The latest Apatow Company film, titled Bros, is a gay rom-com that offers a retake on all the rom-com tropes and the interplay [...]

Sidney

Chronicling the outstanding career and life of the late American actor, filmmaker, activist, and family man Sidney Poiter, who was the very first black actor to win the Best Actor [...]

Blonde

Adding another film to his deconstructionist portrait of American celebrity and lore, Andrew Dominik's fourth feature film, Blonde, explores the self-destructive traumas within Marilyn Monroe's character, to very divisive results [...]

God’s Country

The atmospheric and sophisticated sensibilities of Sam Peckinpah, Tyler Sheridan, and even Ingmar Bergman and Andrei Tarkovsky levitate potently over Julian Higgin's God's Country, a restrained neo-western that takes its [...]

The Woman King

The historical battle epic is a Hollywood staple. So too is the manipulation of historical stories or the softening of edges to make a story more palatable or reassuring to [...]

See How They Run

Some impressive work by a splendid cast, along with a breezy pace, delivers most of the deflections in See How They Run, a comic murder whodunit that's very much influenced [...]

Pinocchio (2022)

Just when you thought the Mouse House conglomerate had run out of films to slavishly retell in live-action form, guess again. The newest live-action remake of a beloved animated film [...]

Pearl

Blending melodrama with horror with impeccable visuals and highly engaging performances, horror filmmaker Ti West's psychodrama Pearl is the second film in his X trilogy and a prequel or rather [...]

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream is an innovative documentary that emphasizes the myths and rebuilds the legacy of one of rock music's most iconic and artistic songwriters and musicians, we all know as [...]