Written by Taylor Baker Horowitz’s debut feature is sadly dated and one-note. This is a shame because there is a level of sincerity and earnestness apparent in his work, he wants to give the audience an… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao Generational trauma has become the buzz topic of movies in the past few months, especially those films that center around first-generation immigrants, and frankly, I am sick of it. In fact, “Umma” is the second generational … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 35/100 The Blazing World is part of a concerning trend with genre movies in which filmmakers and the film press feel like in order to instill these films with a sense of importance, these films have … Continue reading.