Written by Patrick Hao "Throughout the documentary, “Good Night Oppy,” the talking heads talk about how difficult it is to not humanize the Mars rovers, Spirit, and Opportunity. They describe the twins as having distinct personalities. They created big round … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "In “A Dog Called Money,” Murphy records PJ as she roams around Washington, D.C., and areas of Afghanistan where she talks to a range of different people. She tries to understand who they are and what … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Appel is in his debut here and yet seems more confident behind the camera than some seasoned directors, it’s bold and he embraces the strangeness of Weird Al with this reverence for what he did while … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "“Star Wars” has always been political, but “Andor” takes it to a new level in such an organic way that it puts everything else to shame..."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Throughout Steven Spielberg’s “The Fablemans,” there are often allusions to John Ford’s “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.” Not only is the film and its filmmaker, Ford (as the movie will depict), an immense influence on … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Every once in a while, Netflix still makes a decent movie—“Enola Holmes” was one of those, and “Enola Holmes 2” is even better..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Both Silverio and the film find joy in dancing, chasing his topless wife around the kitchen, and sneaking up on his daughter while she's embroiled in thought. It is perhaps in reading the tone that film … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "After stirring up controversy with his crowd-pleasing, yet relatively simple “Green Book” furthered by the awards recognition it received, Peter Farrelly has returned from a 4-year hiatus with another true story. Following the story of fledgling … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Where Twohey and Kantor’s reporting was groundbreaking, the movie that it (and their subsequent book) inspired is less so, marred by the pedestrian way in which it’s shot and, mostly, its own self-congratulation: Hooray, they cured … Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "Action and horror almost work in the same ways, working to elicit a reaction out of the viewer. They may do it in different capacities, but one could easily say they get the same visceral adrenal … Continue reading.