Written by Alexander Reams 32/100 Love is a strange concept, those who watch Rick & Morty will know it as a chemical reaction in the mind, and there are others who disregard that definition and go for “you know it … Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde 65/100 Dionne Warwick: Don't Make Me Over co-directed by Dave Wooley, making his feature directorial debut, and David Heilbroner immortalizes a legend, humanitarian, and artist we all know as Dionne Warwick. While there is nothing particularly … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 45/100 In past thirty years, the famous televangelist, Tammy Faye Bakker, has gone through a rehabilitation of her image, especially in the gay community. A lot of that has to do with her openly talking and … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 70/100 Every time you get on a horse, you roll the dice. If it’s a good day, then you listen to each other, you forgive mistakes, you work in tandem; if it’s a bad day, well, … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 60/100 Science fiction narratives have always been more a reflection of the present than about the future. Multi-media musician Saul Williams and Rwandan director Anisia Uzeyman use the genre in their collaboration, Neptune Frost, to make … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 35/100 Comala starts with a denial. The documentarian is interviewing his mother, and she says "no" over a dozen times in reference to whether or not her husband was a hitman. We can't tell if she's … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 98/100 Benediction: (noun) The utterance or bestowing of a blessing, especially at the end of a religious service. The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 63/100 As In Heaven is probably the most unconventional horror film of the year. The scares don't come from any ghouls, ghosts, or monsters. But rather the oppressive societal and religious norms set upon women. A … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 78/100 “Say goodbye.” Petite Maman will historically be known as the film that Celine Sciamma followed up her intimate, awarding winning and otherworldly Portrait of a Lady on Fire with. Perhaps unfairly, as her predecessor to … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 65/100 Violet’s titular heroine (Olivia Munn) has everything going for her: she’s an attractive and successful Hollywood executive, admired for her talent at choosing scripts and in possession of caring childhood friends, one of whom—named Red … Continue reading.