Written by Michael Clawson "Andrew Bujalski’s 2002 film “Funny Ha Ha” marked a watershed for American indie cinema, and twenty years later, its influence has still not yet receded entirely from view. For a prime example of its lasting impact, … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "“Cocoon’s” beautiful cinematography captures the setting of “Berlin’s hottest recorded summer” in a personal way that few films manage to. As Nora and her sister bounce around the city streets, the handheld camera illustrates the nature … Continue reading.
Written by Raúl Mendoza "“The Decameron” adapts from memory the stories in Giovanni Boccaccio’s 14th-century book. In Pasolini fashion, the film highlights the erotic nature of the stories while providing a more comedic execution that was new to..."… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks Without any credits to start with, the film immediately immerses you into the life of Star by opening with a scene of her teaching two children how to dumpster dive in an alleyway across the street … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks “Wuthering Heights” is Andrea Arnold's dreary adaptation of Emily Brontë's novel that stars Kaya Scodelario and James Howson. In this decade-spanning love story, a homeless black child is taken in by a poor white family that … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks What sets the film apart is the way Mills uses imagery and narration. Throughout we hear characters' thoughts along with imagery of what they’re talking about whether it be from the past, present, or future. These … Continue reading.
Our Drink in the Movies team have compiled a comprehensive year-end piece that provides a shared look at each of our top 10 films of 2021. You can see their selected titles… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 20/100 When Steven Spielberg’s iconic Jaws hit theatres in the summer of 1975 people quickly became afraid of their own bathtubs, let alone the entire ocean. Over 30 years after it was released I saw the … Continue reading.
kinopoisk.ru “Stills belong in the lobby, not on the screen.”William Wyler, Director of How to Steal a Million and The Children's Hour Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Deezer | Gaana | Google Podcasts | iHeartRadio | JioSaavn | LibSyn … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 50/100 Several days into their first trip of the Spring to their cozy, lakeside cabin, elderly husband and wife Norman and Ethel are joined by their grown daughter Chelsea, from whom Norman is estranged, her new … Continue reading.