"Ahed's Knee." "Flux Gourmet." "Barbarian Invasion." "In Front of Your Face." "The Justice of Bunny King." "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On." "Cha Cha Real Smooth." These are just a few of the many films that Taylor Baker and Thomas … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Not that any film has the responsibility of being seamless, but on the trajectory of a story primarily about a single character for which the film is named, it isn't unreasonable to desire something that permeates… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker To many cinephiles, Michael Bay is grotesque, a director known for bombasticity, commercialism (and commercials), and the progenitor of franchises like “Transformers” and “TMNT.” To many of the masses Michael Bay is an entertainer, they read … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Michael Morris’ “To Leslie'' presents the journey of a washed-up alcoholic named Leslie (Andrea Riseborough) who after winning the lottery blows her cash, abandons her child, and eeks out a meager existence going bottle to bottle … Continue reading.
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.
In this video, Taylor Baker, Taylor Beaumont, and Thomas Stoneham-Judge discuss their favorite titles of the 2022 edition of the SXSW Film Festival.… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Ahsen Nadeem’s first feature-length film is a pointed but rambling (in the best of ways) tale of contradictions, persistence, love, and meaning. Though faith is central to the film it’s secondary to the concerns of the … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Alika Maikau’s directorial debut “Every Day in Kaimukī” is a moody melancholy hang-out film about a radio DJ named Naz (Naz Kawakami) who is fed up with life in a small pond.… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker “The Batman” ultimately feels like a competent adaptation of the source material refined and emboldened in the image David Fincher’s “Zodiac”. Reeves has a knack for memorable shots and incorporates interesting visual perspectives into… 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.