Written by Jeff Sparks "“Age Out” is an impressive visual experience that uses unorthodox cinematography and non-continual editing to examine the act of finding peace in oneself at a time in life when hopes and dreams don’t seem possible. If … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "It’s lucky that Harding—a first-time feature director—found an interesting subject, because the clutter that he adds around Carson can’t hold a candle to the man himself..."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "The title “The Girl on a Bulldozer” is an evocative image, one that filmmaker, Park Ri-woong, relies heavily on in his debut feature. The image of a petite woman handling such a large, unwieldy machine with … Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "“Jaws” was a cinematic game-changer. The invention of the summer blockbuster, Steven Spielberg becoming an instantly famous visionary, and putting the fear of sharks into everyone’s hearts are just a few pieces of what makes up..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "“Both Sides of the Blade” opens on a summery, luxuriously intimate scene: middle-aged lovers Jean and Sara are swimming together in an ocean beneath a bright sun, wrapping themselves in each other’s arms as..."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "If you take “West Side Story” and Kenneth Anger, put them together in an enclosure for long enough and let them get to know each other super well, a stork will one day deposit “Please Baby … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "“McEnroe” is largely what its title suggests, a look at the performance, antics, and legend of John McEnroe in his own words. With some brief asides by his children, brother, wife, Billie Jean King, and a … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "As someone who watched the old “Z” and “GT” series, it definitely hits the nostalgic feel. And the director, Tetsurô Kodama, really had a keen sense with this entry in making the film evoke the feeling … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "“Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” is a satire but it is not a comedy. And that is not necessarily a bad thing. But, for an hour and forty-minute movie about a subject that feels like … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "The breakneck speed of “Bullet Train” could’ve easily collapsed into a mess, but with a strong hand on the directing helm by Leitch, it stayed on the rails as long as it needed to."… Continue reading.