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 [...]


Passages is an intimate, well-acted human drama that showcases just how great of a talent Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw, and Adèle Exarchopoulos are, as is co-writer and director Ira Sachs, [...]

Til Death Do Us Part

Recently, Netflix's latest action hit, Extraction 2, achieved streaming success and critical acclaim, but not every John Wick-esque beat-em-up hits the proverbial mark. See director Timothy Woodward Jr.'s ironically formless [...]

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 [...]

Theater Camp

We have experienced theatrics being mocked in mockumentary fashion before with Christopher Guests Waiting for Guffman, among many other subcultures. Molly Gordon and co-writer and co-director Nick Lieberman show signs [...]

Talk to Me

Believing that a pair of YouTubers would have one of 2023's most-anticipated horror films might seem like a tall order to most, but that is precisely the case for brothers [...]

Haunted Mansion

Debuting in 1969, The Haunted Mansion has hosted countless foolish mortals for decades, firmly cementing itself into pop culture history. The attraction has been seen as a gateway into the realm [...]


The previous film from master of cinema Christopher Nolan, Tenet, his chopped-and-screwed take on the Bond thriller, was released amidst the height of the Pandemic, attempting to be the first [...]

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