Written by Taylor Baker 70/100 “Does memory even matter?” An impulsive saturnine film that follows Vanessa Kirby as she billows around New York City for an unclear amount of time in an amnesiac fugue state. The non-linear timeline of the … Continue reading.
“The invention of the tripod was the best thing to happen to photography and the worst thing to happen to cinematography.”Pan Nalin, Director of Last Film Show Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Deezer | Gaana | Google Podcasts | … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams UPDATE 4/10/21 Finally, the endgame of award season approaches, and despite the elongation eligibility, the awards season rush has never left. If anything it has built up to even more excitement than usual, and without further … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams In recent years, the Critics Choice awards have been a great predictor on what will not only be nominated at the Oscars, but what might win. This year the awards are being given out almost a … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams Well, the Golden Globes have come and gone. However, they have planted some interesting seeds of what seem to be shoe in Oscar nominations, and added some dark horses to be watching for in the coming … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams Well folks, it's that time of year, where all of Hollywood's best and drunkest get together, have one big cocktail party, and hand out a few awards. In all seriousness, the Golden Globes aren't the most … Continue reading.
Written by Maria Manuella Pache de Athayde 65/100 With Portrait of A Lady on Fire (2019) as the gold standard, everything that's come after it has seemed subpar. Fastvold’s second feature, The World to Come, isn’t bad; but it's hard … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 76/100 Agnieszka Holland's harrowing look at the under discussed Holodomor in the 30's is one of the many overlooked films of 2020. Mr. Jones features elegant transitional supercuts early on. The effect of which is to … Continue reading.