Written by Anna Harrison “Do you see me?” Reid Davenport asks in his feature debut, “I Didn’t See You There.” It’s a loaded question—the easiest answer is..."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Even if “Ms. Marvel” suffers from the same pacing issue that has plagued every other Disney+ Marvel show, its successes—and the sheer joy radiating off of Iman Vellani, herself an MCU superfan—are enough to outweigh the … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "As a movie, “The Seven Face of Jane” leaves something (a lot, in fact) to be desired, though this is hardly surprising. With eight directors directing a movie, none of whom are told anything about the … 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 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 Anna Harrison "Catholic guilt is one hell of a drug, no more so than in Silvia Brunelli’s feature debut, “Blessed Boys...”"… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Rest stop bathrooms are, historically, very frightening, very gross places, and no more so than in “Glorious,” Rebekah McKendry’s second feature..."… Continue reading.
"Recently, “The Boys” premiered its third season after a 2-year break thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, a great reason to sit down and discuss the effects that “The Boys” has had on comic..."… Continue reading.
On Episode 130 of Drink in the Movies Taylor is joined by Anna Harrison to discuss First Impressions of: "Amsterdam" & "Prey." Followed by a discussion of the films: "Thor: Love and Thunder," "RRR," and "Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "When I was in elementary school, every year I looked forward to our cup stacking unit in PE. There was something undeniably fascinating about it, something rhythmically hypnotizing about the distinct sound of the cups suctioning … Continue reading.