Written by Anna Harrison "There are kernels of a compelling documentary here, and some beautiful shots of Montana and Nevada, but Avis’s thesis is so scattershot that it makes “Wild Beauty” ineffective. Even some of the appeals for..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "“Five Nights at Freddy’s” is ultimately a showcase for the Jim Henson Creature Shop and their wonderful animatronic puppetry that brings the iconic mascots to life in a non-CGI method. That level of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Wim Wenders’s “Anselm” opens with landscape shots of statuesque dresses adorning the countryside with atomic structures, trees, and inanimate objects nestled into their neckline as symbolic..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "Much of “Waiting” is serenely minimalistic, with visual framing that vaguely echoes the shooting style of Hong Sang-soo. Tran makes a few bolder gestures in the film’s second half, which are..."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "The way to movie stardom is via muscles, explosions, and fisticuffs. At least that’s what the 1980s proved, with many actors rising to popularity in the decade’s influx of modern action films. Since then, others have … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "“The Exorcist: Believer” seems to be confirmation that David Gordon Green doesn’t have anything left to say. And it's heartbreaking, he’s moved within television and film with..."… Continue reading.
On Episode 131 of Drink in the Movies Michael & Taylor reflect on the podcast reaching five years, discuss their First Impressions of: "The Killer" & "Killers of the Flower Moon." Followed by a discussion of the films: "Targets" and … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "As Julie sprints and darts down the sidewalks and alleyways, the shaky camera and intense musical score complement her desperation as she races against the clock every second of every day."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "With its war movie influence comes a distinct band of characters. Everyone feels appealingly realized, sometimes with simple but enjoyable arcs. Wyatt Russel is a definite highlight, completely channeling his..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "Priscilla is starry-eyed when she’s first invited to Elvis’s house, but she isn’t a squealing fan. Instead, her excitement as a girl with a crush flickers beneath a placid surface, her eyes watchful and her demeanor..."… Continue reading.