Written by Patrick Hao 45/100 At one point in Denzel Washington’s weepy romance, A Journal for Jordan, the camera pans to give us a full-screen view of Michael B. Jordan’s buttocks. What should be a momentous moment in filmic buttocks … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 50/100 The Tragedy of Macbeth marks the first film that Joel has made without his brother Ethan since their start in 1984's Blood Simple. And while it's competently presented there's something missing. That undefinable knack that … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 66/100 Black Bottom starts with a magnetic and memorable opening scene. Viola is at once alluring and gravitational. Her character 'Ma' or 'Ma Rainey' is a powerful role. She lingers with the viewer long after the … Continue reading.