Written by Jeff Sparks "With rumors of the company struggling, I wonder how many more generic shows like “Echoes” Netflix can get away with."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "“The Sales Girl” directed by Jachivdorj Sengedorj is an interesting entry in the genre of young women who find their sexual awakening. The film is from Mongolia, which is already in a peculiar cultural cross-section of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "I will be the first to admit that the drama surrounding “Don’t Worry Darling” is a bit heavy-handed and that the discussions about its director, Olivia Wilde, are misogynistic. But these discussions don’t make it any … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "“Resurrection” stars Rebecca Hall, Tim Roth, and Grace Kaufman in a plot about a woman whose psychotic ex returns after twenty years to tear her down with sadistic mind games. A new performance from Hall is … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "A renowned rock musician known for her affectless vocals and peerlessly clever lyrics, Courtney Barnett might be a virtuosic songwriter, but that doesn’t mean she’s always able to find the right words. Towards the beginning of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison “Do you see me?” Reid Davenport asks in his feature debut, “I Didn’t See You There.” It’s a loaded question—the easiest answer is..."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Kevin Smith is a divisive figure for me - one whose DIY approach to his career is inspirational but whose celebration of his own mediocrity comes off as smug and self-satisfied. Smith has been able to … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "It’s not until the 21-minute mark that we see the emotion that gives this film its name, terror, we know the attack is coming, it's been advertised and frequently shown in plot descriptions. An attack on … Continue reading.
Written by Rudolph Lambert Fernandez "Schulberg’s rags-to-riches tale centers around a lowly singer-entertainer from Arkansas — the winsome Larry Rhodes (Andy Griffiths is superb in his debut film). Comely Marcia Jeffries (Patricia Neal) handpicks Rhodes, literally from jail and..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "The true story of Jennifer and June Gibbons is a tragic one, finding connection through only each other, while not speaking to anyone else. Their accounts of their childhood are full of bullying, meanness, and racist … Continue reading.