Written by Nick McCann "“Die Hard 2” goes from vertical to horizontal, swapping out a high rise for an airport that’s taken over by rogue mercenaries. The movie sticks to much of the same formula. It’s fast-paced and still has … 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.
Written by Raúl Mendoza "Their twisted view of love that is fueled by their attention-seeking narcissism is at the forefront and pushes Signe to levels that would cause her harm by taking an illegal Russian prescription drug that is linked … Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "Unlike Janicza Bravo’s brilliant “Zola” the more I think about this the more I am certain that not every story that blows up on Twitter needs to be adapted into a movie."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Screenlife is probably too difficult, as mainly a product of post-production, to ever proliferate by the cheapness found footage films allow for. But, the cinema landscape should welcome one of these films every two to three..."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Bowon Kim’s first feature, “Stars in the Ordinary Universe,” has all the potential the multiverse can offer, but despite its best efforts (and believe me, Kim tries very hard to find that spark), it makes even … 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 Patrick Hao "Otto (Tom Hanks), the Americanized name of Ove, is a grouch. To him, everyone around him is stupid, with the inability to do things. Why can’t the store charge him for five feet of rope instead … 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.