Written by Taylor Baker Cooper Raiff’s sophomore follow-up to his debut film and SXSW winner “Shithouse” builds on the compassion, interpersonal relationships, and sincerity that warmed our hearts so effectively the first time around. “Cha Cha Real Smooth” follows Raiff’s … Continue reading.
We’ve made our way though a number of Sundance 2022 selected films already, including "A Love Song", "Speak No Evil", "After Yang", and "God's Country"… Continue reading.
Thomas and I look over this year’s selections and challenge ourselves to choose their most anticipated movie in each of Sundance's categories. Which is more difficult than it sounds if you’ve seen the lineup… Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde 60/100 The Lost Daughter written and directed by Maggie Gyllenhall is a movie on motherhood, unlike anything I have ever seen. In this film motherhood is messy. It is a commendable debut directorial feature for Gyllenhall … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 40/100 None of these characters elicited much feeling in me, nor did the atonal direction, which deprives the film of any noteworthy sense of anxiety, apprehension, or wry black humor that might have otherwise seeped outward from … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 85/100 By ditching the phantasmagoric color that animated Argento's beloved classic and foregrounding the political turmoil of late 1970s Germany, Guadagnino steeps his reimagining of Suspiria in reality, only to send it dancing into the depths of a … Continue reading.