Written by Taylor Baker 73/100 “I usually will record digital, then I rerecord analog because analog just sounds better.” Sylvie Mix stars as Lennon Gates, and before the title sequence winds down there’s little doubt that she’s the professed Poser that the film’s title indicates. But how far does it go? What follows is a … Continue reading Tribeca 2021 Film Festival Review: Poser →
Written by Alexander Reams 65/100 Throughout cinematic history food has been a metaphor for countless messages. Until viewing Last Meal I had never associated food with the death penalty. Directors Marcus McKenzie and Daniel Principe take a very serious and generally disheartening subject and make it accessible to audiences by using food as a medium … Continue reading Tribeca 2021 Film Festival Capsule Review: Last Meal →
Written by Michael Clawson 90/100 Jack, Zack, and Bob: a layabout pimp who isn’t much of a talker, a downbeat DJ whose way with words is buttery smooth, and an Italian tourist with an ever-growing notebook of American idioms, an affection for American poetry, and a less than firm grip on English. A motley trio … Continue reading Capsule Review: Down by Law →
Written by Alexander Reams 59/100 Some will always say that the third film in a trilogy is the weakest, sometimes that is true, and sometimes it isn’t. This is the unfortunate instance where that rule is true. In the past 10 years the horror genre has had a resurgence, a fall, and another resurgence. Starting … Continue reading The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It →
Written by Anna Harrison 75/100 75, really, is an arbitrary number, plucked from thin air to try and represent the thoughts swirling around my head, and in this case, it feels disingenuous. To give Wet House a numerical score is to strip it of all its compassion and makes me feel as if I am … Continue reading Atlanta Film Festival 2021 Review: Wet House →
Written by Alexander Reams 85/100 Army of the Dead is the latest film from Zack Snyder, and his second of 2021. The film follows Dave Bautista and a slew of others including Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick (who has not been getting enough credit for his performance here), Ana de la Reguera, Theo Rossi, Matthias Schweighöfer, … Continue reading Army of the Dead →
90/100 Written by Michael Clawson As charismatic as he is cynical and unscrupulous, down on his luck newspaperman Charles Tatum (Kirk Douglas, fantastic) stumbles on exactly the kind of “human interest” story he can exploit to get himself out of the boonies of New Mexico and back into the big leagues of East Coast journalism. … Continue reading Capsule Review: Ace in the Hole →
Written by Alexander Reams 89/100 Cruella is the latest film from critical darling Craig Gillespie (Lars and the Real Girl, I,Tonya, and Fright Night). The film follows a young Cruella de Vil as she attempts to leave her young life of crime and enter the London fashion scene. All the while discovering revelations about her … Continue reading Cruella →
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