Written by Alexander Reams "Blaxploitation is a genre that’s as synonymous with its crash zooms as it is memorable dialogue and sharply dressed characters who populate the traditionally sleazy setting. Since the movement lost steam there have been..."… Continue reading.
Written by Christopher Cross " The compelling element of “The Gullspång Miracle” is that its subjects don’t have to do anything they don’t want to. Fredriksson’s film explores a human reaction to suddenly knowing..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "With entirely competent but never more than average filmmaking “Maggie Moore(s)” succeeds because of its triviality. The breeziness of the conversations of the townspeople, the smallness of problems that lead to macabre decisions, and the..."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Inès deserves a raise. As legal consultant and de facto secretary of EcoCleanPro, she has been diligently following the wishes of her boss, Patrick, for more than a decade, and though she smarts at the casual … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Pandemic movies are, by and large, horrible ideas—at least in my esteemed opinion. “Wes Schlagenauf is Dying” is one such ill-advised pandemic movie, but merrily skirts around many of the issues..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "“McEnroe” is largely what its title suggests, a look at the performance, antics, and legend of John McEnroe in his own words. With some brief asides by his children, brother, wife, Billie Jean King, and a … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Catholic guilt is one hell of a drug, no more so than in Silvia Brunelli’s feature debut, “Blessed Boys...”"… Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "This slice-of-life family drama navigates the complexities of family life in a country that, more often than not, is plagued by social and political uncertainty. With subtlety, the director can weave a narrative that is in … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Movies are hard to make with the high barrier of entry often being the biggest hurdle to making a career of it. That is why it is always heartening to see a film festival like Tribeca … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "“God’s Time” feels as if the city of New York was perfectly distilled down into 83 minutes: frantic, colorful, vulgar, and ultimately full of heart. Daniel Antebi’s debut feature will undoubtedly draw comparisons to the Safdie … Continue reading.