Will Matt Damon still hold the same lead man pull he once did in Tom McCarthy's Stillwater, which opens July 30th, 2021 in this COVID inducing world? Inevitable comparisons of [...]


Newcomer Michael Sarnoski's modern "revenge" saga, Pig, plays with the notion of a protagonist who's a reclusive outsider who goes back to the outside world once his truffle pig is [...]

Black Widow

The long-awaited solo outing for Natasha Romanoff AKA Black Widow has hit a few speed bumps along its way to release, as has most tentpole films over the past 16 [...]

No Sudden Move

Prolific auteur Steven Soderbergh always takes great liberties stylistically and visually, no matter what film he's crafting, or what genre he dives into. His latest film to hit HBO Max, [...]


The latest from Pixar, and unfortunately the second in a row to forgo a theatrical release as a Disney+ exclusive, Luca, is a slight, but heart-warming tale set in the [...]

In the Heights

In the Heights, the screen version of the highly successful Broadway musical written by Quira Alegria Hudes and Lin-Manuel Mirananda, is a very energetic film musical that should please audiences [...]


A uniquely layered, and often murky German love story with strong political subtext about the troubled history between the cities of East and West Berlin, Undine is the recent film [...]

Port Authority

It's quite liberating and remarkable how in the last few years or so, transgender representation in cinema, television, and other forms of media is beginning to get true representation in [...]