No Time To Die

Every generation has their James Bond(s). For my father it was Sean Connery as a kid, Roger Moore as a teen. The goofier gadgets, bodacious woman and campy storylines were [...]

Cry Macho

What does it mean to be a man? Clint Eastwood’s 39th directorial effort Cry Macho thoughtfully explores that question. Eastwood plays retired rodeo cowboy and horse trainer Mike Milo, who [...]

The Card Counter

After the high acclaim of First Reformed (2018), iconic writer-director Paul Schrader is once again back at directing his own screenplays that continues his brilliant sensibilities of traumatized and isolated [...]

Zola

Writer-director Janicza Bravo will certainly be a familiar name for her latest film, her sophomore feature titled Zola, which may be the very first film that I'm aware of that [...]

The Dry

A major hit in its native land of Australia, Robert Connolly's The Dry is the kind of film that makes one excited about the future of storytelling. It's no mistake [...]

Wrath of Man

Just before the pandemic hit, one of the freshest surprises to hits screens in some time was Guy Ritchie's return to smaller scale filmmaking with the highly clever The Gentlemen. [...]

The Human Voice

A darkly comedic and equally melancholic dramatic short film, Pedro Almodóvar''s The Human Voice is a deeply compelling one-person show featuring the great Tilda Swinton, clocking in at only 30 [...]

Jakob’s Wife

Having made her cinematic resurgence with the 2013 sleeper hit You're Next, horror icon (don't call her a scream queen) Barbara Crampton has made a number of strong appearances in [...]

Nina Wu

The fifth feature of Taiwanese filmmaker Midi Z, premiered at the Un Certain Regard section at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. The filmmaker has reached numerous accolades in Asia: The [...]