Written by Jeff Sparks “Jane by Charlotte” is the directorial debut of the always outstanding actress Charlotte Gainsbourg who uses her film to document the relationship between herself and her mother, the actress/singer-songwriter, Jane Birkin.… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Gaspar lives in the smashing of the toy cars by Kiki on the table, the swirl of shit, pills, and paper in the clogged toilet, the wheezing gasps of Argento’s Lui, the isolation and haunted confusion … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker By maintaining a distant goal that everything is working toward “The Good Boss” is able to delve deep into moments with its characters while maintaining momentum toward the inevitable visit by the committee who bestow the… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison How many times can you make the same complaint before it becomes stale? What I really mean to say is: how many times can Disney+ make the exact same mistakes with its shows before you run … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao ...mixed with an actual steady hand director like Martin Campbell, the director of “Mask of Zorro” and “Casino Royale”, “Memory" felt like it would be a slam dunk. It is disappointing then that… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison It was not too long ago that “Loki” offered us a glimpse into the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s multiverse, and not too long after that when “Spider-Man: No Way Home” blew the door wide open, leading us … Continue reading.
On Episode 126 of Drink in the Movies Taylor is joined by Anna Harrison to discuss First Impressions of: "The Northman" & "Elvis." Followed by a discussion of the new releases: "Kimi," "Death on the Nile," and "Dog."… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks Hughes plays Eric Black, a grieving man who chooses to take up work as a shepherd on a desolate island while he struggles to come to terms with the death of his cheating wife. On the … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks This isn’t the first time Noé has used flashing lights, but here he takes it to the extreme, creating possibly the most visually stunning scene of his career, that is if you can keep your eyes … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao Character models are less focused on realism and more on expressiveness. The humor, similarly, has begun taking a more comic slapstick feel, less reliant on references to pop culture like DreamWorks films of old, but more … Continue reading.