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 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.
Written by Jeff Sparks “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” is a 2015 film written and directed by Osgood Perkins that stars Emma Roberts and Kiernan Shipka along with Lucy Boynton and James Remar. The film utilizes a nonlinear format to tell the … 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 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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