Written by Patrick Hao "With such imaginative plot, it is quite underwhelming for the film to feel so lazy, from the animation to the rote screenwriting. The film relies on its garish overlit CGI animation to attempt to keep their … Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde ""Going Varsity in Mariachi'' showcases a different side of that state and focuses on various competitive mariachi teams who hope to win the state championship. There are three sections in varsity mariachi..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker ""The Eight Mountains" captures the intimacy of long-term friendship in moments of blistering turbulence and abstract stillness. The film begins with young Bruno and Pietro forging their lifelong friendship out of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "“Fantastic Machine” is about perspective or as Danielson and Van Aertrycky describe, it is about how “a lack of perspective can distort what the world looks like”. In painstaking detail, the directors chronicle the history..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Following his electrifying 2020 surreal body horror film “Possessor,” Brandon Cronenberg has returned to the world of surreal and body horror, fully diving into the maximalist tendencies he showed in..."… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "Like her life, the film itself is quiet and often unenthusiastic. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing because its hushed tone and restrained presentation capture the feeling of disengagement and seclusion that Fran feels on a … Continue reading.
"Taylor Baker was invited to speak with fellow Seattle Film Critics Society member Aaron White from Feelin’ Film on Aaron’s Podcast. They discuss the Sundance 2023 feature films "Heroic," "You Hurt My Feelings," and "Fair Play.""… Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "Based on the short film of the same name “Theater Camp” is a delightful and feel good first feature co-directed by Molly Gordon and Nickberman. I was surprised at how much fun I had with this … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "“When It Melts” slowly unfurls the staggering pain of loneliness as a child. Eva is torn by her desire to belong in a family that doesn't want her and her want for a neighborhood boy she … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Three children navigate their neighborhood, school, family, and lives in “L’immensità,” while their mother Clara (Penelope Cruz) traverses a marriage that is seemingly at the end of its rope. The film is generally more interested in..."… Continue reading.