Written by Taylor Baker Sam Jones has come out of the woodwork as a self-assured documentarian who lets his subject and the relationships that subject has had speak in a quality that his contemporaries rarely reach.… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams Saying James Gunn uses music to tell a story is like saying people need air to breathe, it’s not just true, it’s a necessity to his filmmaking. And his ear for quality music is more evident … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker The first audio stream she listens to after giving Terry the boot has sounds of a woman being attacked buried under a cacophony of music. Angela does her best impression of Hackman’s Harry Caul… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison “Station Eleven” begins with some familiarly eerie sights: empty grocery stores, overwhelmed hospitals, masks everywhere, a general sense of distrust pervading the air. It’s hard, especially in its opening episode, not to draw parallels between “Station … Continue reading.
Our Drink in the Movies team have compiled a comprehensive year-end piece that provides a shared look at each of our top 5 Limited Series and Television Show selections of 2021. Our team compiled their lists based on titles that … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 55/100 8-Bit Christmas is the greatest ad that Nintendo has ever produced. Set largely in the 1980s (when exactly is murky), it follows Jake (Winslow Fegley) in his quest to get a Nintendo Entertainment System, despite … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 73/100 Legend has it that every year after the infamous The Matrix: Revolutions hit theatres, Warner Bros. executives continually contacted the Wachowskis yearly to try and entice the duo to return to The Matrix franchise. For … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 67/100 “Racism is not getting worse, it's getting filmed”Will Smith In recent years there has seemed to be an uptick in racially motivated killings. Many of which are highly publicized in the media. In 2020 that … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson Not Rated/100 Andy Ostroy’s Adrienne is a loving documentary portrait of Adrienne Shelly, the supremely magnetic, instantly recognizable actress and filmmaker who rose to indie stardom in the early ‘90s, but had her life tragically, horrifically … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 60/100 Barry Levinson, director of Rain Man and Good Morning Vietnam, picks up the camera again to depict a biographical film entitled The Survivor. Which offers a look back at Harry Haft (played by a very … Continue reading.