Written by Alexander Reams "In the opening scene of Santiago Mitre’s legal epic “Argentina, 1985,” Julio César Strassera (Ricardo Darín) is making his way home in a torrential downpour while his son follows his sister back from a date. When … Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "As our modern world progresses through technological connectivity and advancement, we lose some of the mystery of our existence. We have virtually any answer for any question, rendering old tales and traditional myths to..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "“Ever Deadly'' opens with a 7-minute throat singing sequence. It’s simultaneously intense and empyreal, there is an otherworldly aspect to the singing. I’d go even further and say the film encapsulates its 90-minute runtime in those … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "Though it is intermittently pretty funny, what the movie can’t overcome is its shoddy writing. As a satire of class, food culture, and the soul-sucking effect of money and elitism on any form of creativity, “The … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "On the surface “Strange World” is an ambitious action adventure for Disney, one that has not always worked out. The film openly takes its cues from pulp magazine science fiction stories, films like “Forbidden Planet,” and … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "... the slew of half-hearted adaptations of young adult or kids books that came after, now including “The School for Good and Evil,” only proves that the success of “Potter” is not so easily replicated, try … Continue reading.
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 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.