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 Michael Clawson 90/100 No drama. That's rule #1 at Double-Whammies, a sports bar with "big ass beers" and scantily glad young waitresses. Its manager, Lisa (Regina Hall), emphatically stresses the importance of this rule as she trains new … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 70/100 The Nest in flyover country; tense marriage and family drama dressed up as a crime thriller rather than a horror movie, set amid the barren, snow-dusted streets and fields of small-town Utah in winter rather … 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.
“The invention of the tripod was the best thing to happen to photography and the worst thing to happen to cinematography.”Pan Nalin, Director of Last Film Show Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Deezer | Gaana | Google Podcasts | … Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann 68/100 You ever get that feeling where you got what you wanted but just not how you were expecting it? I’m feeling that feel. When I first saw the trailer to this movie, I was all … Continue reading.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire Directed by Céline Sciamma, 2019 Jim Wilson: Michael, thanks for doing this with me again. How have you been doing? Michael Clawson: Thanks for having me back for another Collokino! I’m doing well, spending … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 75/100 With a lengthy title like WeWork: or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn I was worried that the film may be unfocused and absent of vision, rather than a complete work. However … Continue reading.
"I don’t underestimate audiences’ intelligence. Audiences are much brighter than media gives them credit for. When people went to a movie once a week in the 1930s and that was their only exposure to media, you were required to do … Continue reading.
“When the last dime is gone, I'll sit on the curb outside with a pencil and a ten cent notebook and start the whole thing over again.”Preston Sturges Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify … Continue reading.