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 [...]

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 [...]

Barbarian

For moviegoers looking to kickstart the Halloween season, it's unlikely there is a better film to see in the cinema this weekend than Barbarian (Directed by Zach Cregger, Distributed by [...]

Funny Pages

Too mean-spirited and overly subversive for its own good, Funny Pages, Owen Kline's (the son of Kevin Kline and actress Phoebe Cates) feature film directorial debut, is an anti-coming-of-age story [...]

Beast

There are very few movies that can be sold entirely on one image. While said image can be an honest reflection of the film itself, it can often be highly [...]

Orphan: First Kill

Rhoda the Bad Seed, Damien, Regan, The Grady Twins, The Children of the Corn and a multitude of others. Creepy children are a long-standing tradition of horror cinema. When Orphan [...]

Emily the Criminal

Emily the Criminal is a gripping neo-noir film that explores a human story of desperation beneath the service, looking beyond the modern-day desperations of a debt nation and the horrors [...]