Written by Michael Clawson "Wes Anderson’s latest has lofty themes: death, grief, desire, and the unfathomability of the cosmos, to name only a few. It also feels like an Andersonian episode of Looney Tunes, with the red-rock desert scenery of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "“Age Out” is an impressive visual experience that uses unorthodox cinematography and non-continual editing to examine the act of finding peace in oneself at a time in life when hopes and dreams don’t seem possible. If … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker “The Batman” ultimately feels like a competent adaptation of the source material refined and emboldened in the image David Fincher’s “Zodiac”. Reeves has a knack for memorable shots and incorporates interesting visual perspectives into… Continue reading.
“There's nothing better than finishing something and looking at it. Whether it be a script or a movie, it's this complete little thing that now exists and is hopefully immortal.”Cary Joji Fukunaga, Director of No Time to Die Links: Apple … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 65/100 Yet another Covid belated release bows in theaters this awards season push, nearly two full years since it's screenplay was available for purchase in France. Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch is now on multiplex screens … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 50/100 It's been about a year and a half since No Time to Die was originally intended to bow into theaters. Cary Joji Fukanaga of True Detective fame, publicly picked up the fallen pieces of Boyle's … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison In these retrospectives, Anna will be looking back on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, providing context around the films, criticizing them, pointing out their groundwork for the future, and telling everyone her favorite scene, because her opinion … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 95/100 "What is this quintessence of dust?" An appetite for blood is exchanged for a lust of human culture. Written and instrumental, creators and sites of creation. The film begins with our characters Adam and Eve … Continue reading.
"I don't want to lie. I dislike dishonesty. And I work in Hollywood, a town and a business that relies on a lot of falsehoods with people hiding behind different facades. I don't want to be a part of that."David … Continue reading.