1917

While Sam Mendes' latest film, the harrowing, visceral, and technically mind-blowing war picture "1917", brings a lot of attention to itself with Mendes showcasing the entire picture in one continuous [...]

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 [...]

Atlantics

The first film ever in competition at the Cannes Film Festival directed by a black woman, “Atlantics” leaves an impact in the cinematic universe sure to be felt for years [...]

The Good Liar

When we first meet Roy Courtnay (Ian McKellen) and Betty McLeish (Helen Mirren), they are on a first date, having met via an internet dating service. Roy quickly states that [...]

Doctor Sleep

Director Mike Flanagan has spent most of his career attempting to untangle the endless web that is the human psyche. Like many classic filmmakers, he attempts to untangle these webs [...]

Pasolini

Abel Ferrara's intense and exquisite account of the final hours of celebrated filmmaker and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini avoids the typical biopic trappings and cliches. Instead Ferrara utilizes a more [...]

Parasite

Bong Joon-ho returns to his homeland of South Korea, in his new film "Parasite". His audacious style and genre-driven sensibilities still reign supreme, yet this time his ideology and idealism [...]