Written by Anna Harrison "Like her protagonist, Jarvis also finds herself split between two impulses: there is the plainer, more domestic fare of her film, and the dreamlike paranoia that Robin finds herself slipping into..."… Continue reading.
Full Episodes of the Drink in the Movies podcast.
Lucky Hank (Season 1)
Written by Jeff Sparks "After the sunsetting of the wildly successful “Better Call Saul,” Bob Odenkirk has returned to AMC to begin another show. In “Lucky Hank,” he stars as Hank Devereaux, a washed-up writer turned..."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "Robert Rodriguez is the guerilla filmmaker’s golden boy. “El Mariachi” from 1992 was a genuine success story and provided the backbone for much of the beloved director’s career. Even as budgets got bigger and concepts got … Continue reading.
SIFF 2023: I Like Movies
Written by Anna Harrison "It’s a testament to Levack’s writing and directing, as well as Lehtinen’s performance, that they both manage to find the humanity in Lawrence..."… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "It may be a little rough around the edges but “Foxfire” has a lot going for it. Besides being an underrated early outing in the career of a star, its plethora of themes that include..."… Continue reading.
SIFF 2023: The Grab
Written by Taylor Baker "The film is at its best in the periods where it examines the contents of “The Trove,” when it explores the land rights of the Zambian citizens, and the water rights of the Arizonans losing their … Continue reading.
Hot Docs 2023: The Team (El Equipo)
Written by Maria Athayde "The documentary begins in 1984 when Dr. Snow receives a call asking if he could go to Buenos Aires to help exhume the remains of "los desaparecidos" or "the disappeared," who were kidnapped, murdered, and tortured … Continue reading.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Written by Anna Harrison "But still, in the days of increasingly lackluster MCU entries, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” feels like something of a miracle..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "In David Eastel’s “The Plains,” the mundane act of commuting home from work provides the formal scaffolding for a subtle but profound character study. For much of the film’s enthralling three hours, the camera sits..."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "Deja vu sets in as a new group of teens is targeted by Ghostface in Woodsboro. Directing duo Radio Silence, along with the writers, pay their tribute to the iconic original but use it to springboard … Continue reading.