Dumb Money

We have had many films be released about the current century's most trying historical events ranging from 9/11, to the IRAQ War, and the 2008 Financial crises to name just [...]

El Conde

Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín (Jackie, Spencer) pulls another famous historical figure back from the dead, this time for a deftly executed satire about the murderous dictator, Augusto Pinochet. El Conde [...]

The Equalizer 3

Oscar-winner Denzel Washington had never starred in a sequel throughout his eclectic career until The Equalizer 2, the follow-up to his popular reteaming with his Training Day director Antoine Fuqua. [...]


Familiarly conceived but a highly amusing satire about a self-defense women's club for unpopular misfit females who have been ostracized by their classmates and faculty.  Emma Seligman's (Shiva Baby) sophomore [...]

Gran Turismo

Video game adaptations are having one hell of a year. From the billion dollar juggernaut The Super Mario Bros Movie and the highly-acclaimed tour de force that is The Last of [...]

Blue Beetle

The current state of DC films is as troubled as it has ever been. Following a series of commercial flops in Black Adam, Shazam! Fury of the Gods and The [...]


First and foremost, Shortcomings is a tour de force of one man's hypocrisy and dramatic irony. Asian-American filmmaker Randall Park makes his feature directorial debut chronicling the frustrating life of [...]

Dreamin’ Wild

Hollywood loves a biopic. And within that greater subgenre, an area of deep focus is the music biopic. From 1909’s Origin of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata to last year’s Elvis, filmmakers [...]

Earth Mama

Another immersion in the exploration of systematic oppression for Black cinema, Earth Mama is a deeply artful portrait of a young pregnant woman's resilience against the foster care system. Through [...]

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