Written by Michael Clawson "Reprising her role as the murderous Esther, Isabelle Fuhrman outshines her fellow cast mates. Her story begins in 2007 in Estonia, where Esther escapes from a psychiatric institution, leaving an extensive trail of blood..."… 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 Patrick Hao "In our culture of reboots, it only makes sense that Beavis and Butt-Head, the obnoxious teens whose juvenile humor and skewed outlook captured the zeitgeist of Gen X culture of the 1990s, were bound to come … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "Even though it isn’t the best show of the year, “The Offer’s” interesting look into the messy truth of the making of one of the most popular films ever made is what makes it worth watching, … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 35/100 Professional wrestling’s place in the sports movie genre has always been complicated due to its status as a “sport” with a predetermined outcome. Either a movie decides to ignore the outright spectacle and behind the … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 65/100 The only voice in The Musician is through the kamancheh, a traditional Persian string instrument. For a film of 14-minutes long, it necessitates itself to be told through montage, especially for a film with these … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 55/100 Walt Becker films fascinate me. The director of Old Dogs, Wild Hogs, and, of course, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip, has always struck me as someone who has been able to differentiate himself … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 48/100 Before talking about Antoine Fuqua's The Guilty one has to mention the Danish film on which it's based. Gustav Möller's Den skyldige which translates to The Guilty, was submitted by Denmark for their Foreign Language … Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann 96/100 One of my biggest regrets in movie-going was not seeing A Quiet Place in theaters when it was new. I was highly impressed when I did finally watch it and subsequently crushed that I didn't … Continue reading.