Written by Jeff Sparks "Besides the wonderful performance from Stiernstedt, the film excels in its cinematography with beautiful lighting and vibrant color grading that makes Amelia’s surroundings pop in every scene..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "The beauty of “Beef” is in its ugliness, the dirtiness that Lau and Cho find themselves in after chaos has uprooted their lives. The option of staying in the desert might be best for both of … Continue reading.
The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die
Written by Alexander Reams "Four years after Uhtred of Bebbanburg (Alexander Dreymon) completed his quest to reclaim his birthright, the title of “Lord of Bebbanburg,” he is brought back into the fold after the death of King Edward throws the … Continue reading.
Luther: The Fallen Sun
Written by Alexander Reams "“Luther: The Fallen Sun” is a competent film, it succeeds in its cat-and-mouse game between Elba and Serkis but is mired in its own filth. Obsessed with the acts that Serkis commits in the name of … Continue reading.
Your Place or Mine
Written by Alexander Reams "McKenna is no stranger to the genre and would be considered a master of the form, if only for her hilariously scathing script, “The Devil Wears Prada.” All of that talent, and two of the biggest … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "...Barris makes no original choices in his framing, blocking, or lighting, it's visually unappealing. The colors pop throughout because of an obvious filter done in post-production which only takes you out of the film instead of … Continue reading.
Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
Written by Anna Harrison "Let’s just get this out of the way: there is no Danny DeVito in “Matilda the Musical.” This automatically means that this movie is a lesser version of DeVito’s 1996 film; it does not, however, mean … Continue reading.
The Pale Blue Eye
Written by Taylor Baker "With a commanding performance by Bale, exquisite exterior cinematography wrought from natural lighting by Masanobu Takayanagi, and a committed turn by Melling as Poe, it’s unfortunate that..."… Continue reading.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Written by Anna Harrison "If there is an antithesis to James Bond, it’s Benoit Blanc. He prefers a hard kombucha to a martini, has a live-in boyfriend instead of a string of women, and broods a lot less, so it’s … Continue reading.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
Written by Taylor Baker "With the help of writer Patrick McHale, Guillermo del Toro has gently spun the beloved classic tale of a wooden boy and his quest for humanity to revolve around themes and ideas that del Toro has … Continue reading.