Written by Raúl Mendoza 97/100 Throughout my long debate with myself on what exactly I want my first review for the site to be, I kept asking myself what speaks more to me as a person but the various identities … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 70/100 “Does memory even matter?” An impulsive saturnine film that follows Vanessa Kirby as she billows around New York City for an unclear amount of time in an amnesiac fugue state. The non-linear timeline of the … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao Joseph Kuo is the Roger Corman of kung fu cinema. He did not have the backing of a major studio like Shaw Brothers or Golden Harvest. He was not even making movies in Hong Kong. Rather, … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 60/100 Barry Levinson, director of Rain Man and Good Morning Vietnam, picks up the camera again to depict a biographical film entitled The Survivor. Which offers a look back at Harry Haft (played by a very … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 82/100 Co-Directors Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat craft a meta-fictional criticism of art, wealth, and awards. Official Competition begins with José Luis Gómez’s Humberto Suarez, a lavishly wealthy man nearing the end of his life and … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 35/100 Sonia Kennebeck follows up her 2020 documentary Enemies of the State up with a piece of trial propaganda entitled United States vs. Reality Winner. From the get-go there’s no question whose side we’re on, despite … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 75/100 Brian Epstein’s 3212 Un-Redacted presents a damning expose on the betrayal, cover-up, and conspiracy that occurred in October 2017. Deployed in Niger ODA(Operational Detachment Alpha) 3212 who were tasked against their Captain's recommendation with pursuing … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 60/100 Horror director Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Wife of a Spy has all the elements of a thrilling period piece: beautiful costumes, state secrets, wartime backdrop, all of it anchored by Yu Aoi as Satoko, whose determination to … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 62/100 Loud noises, going in a straight path, exotic colors, wild outfits, in this race a star can be born, I could be describing RuPaul’s Drag Race, alas I am not. Instead, I am describing the … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 72/100 “You know: I'm drunk once again, here, listening to Tchaikovsky, on the radio. Jesus, I heard him 47 years, ago.” In 1987 Charles Bukowski scribed the poem Death Is Smoking My Cigars, an existential and … Continue reading.