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 Jeff Sparks 75/100 Red Road is the feature film debut of both legendary director Andrea Arnold and actress Kate Dickie. Coming after Arnold’s award-winning slice of life short Wasp, here Arnold decided to go for a more plot-based … 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 When their car breaks down on their way back to the city, a young, white artist couple, Anna and Tyler, are helped by a middle-aged black man named Clip (“as in audio clip”, he says), … Continue reading.
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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.
Written by Michael Clawson 90/100 Buster takes a rinky-dink train from his modest rural homestead to see to his late father’s estate, but falls for a girl along the way who turns out to be from the now-wealthy family that … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 75/100 In a wide shot, a guy with long grey hair wearing a yellow shirt, denim overalls, a beige blazer and a beret shuffles across a large gravel lot. The camera pulls back as he walks … 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.
Written by Michael Clawson 90/100 Before there was The Irishman, there was Jacques Becker‘s Touchez Pas au Grisbi, an impeccably crafted crime film from 1954, in which French acting legend Jean Gabin plays a worn out gangster in the twilight … Continue reading.