Category: Drama

Total 46 Posts

‘Minamata’- Film Review: Important Johnny Depp Films Finally Sees The Light Of Day

Andrew Levitas’s “Minamata” is an important film about a serious subject and stands as another shining example that Johnny Depp is one of cinema’s finest character actors. Inventive and unique, his versatility and ability to disappear into a character is

‘The Northman’ Film Review: A Viking Tale Of Steel, Blood, And Revenge

With the stunning artistic achievement of his latest work “The Northman”, Robert Eggers earns his place as one of the most consistently interesting filmmakers working today. Eggers excels in creating uneasy environments filled with characters confronting their dark fates. Both

Sundance 2022: ‘Emily the Criminal’- Film Review

Sundance 2022 Premiere: “Emily the Criminal” Aubrey Plaza and Theo Rossi do excellent work headlining writer/director John Patton Ford’s intense character study, “Emily the Criminal”. Ford has crafted a tale very much of our times. A tale of never-ending debt

Sundance 2022: ‘Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.’- Film Review

Sundance 2020 Premiere: “Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul” Faux documentaries are nothing new and hard to pull off successfully. Adamma Ebo’s “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” is a fierce, funny, and ultimately powerful takedown of the MegaChurch ministries

Sundance 2022: ‘God’s Country’- Film Review

Sundance 2022 Premiere- “God’s Country” On a surface level, Director Julian Higgins’ “God’s Country” might give the impression that it is to be a cat and mouse thriller. By saying it is far from it and much more than that,

Sundance 2022: ‘Good Luck to you, Leo Grande”- Film Review

Sundance 2022 Premiere- “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande” Sophie Hyde’s third film to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, “Good Luck To You, Leo Grande” is a humorous, engaging, and honest look at intimacy. During our current times where

Sundance 2022: ‘Call Jane’- Film Review

Sundance Premiere: “Call Jane” Phyllis Nagy’s entertaining and provocative “Call Jane” is a film that is urgent and important to what is happening in today’s America. It is a film about the right for women to choose what to do

Sundance 2022: ‘Living’- Film Review

Sundance 2022: “Living” To take on a remake of the 1952 Akira Kurosawa masterpiece “Ikiru” is a Herculean task. There is no reason to remake such a beloved film. Director Oliver Hermanus’ latest film “Living” does just that. Nobel Prize-winning

Sundance 2022: ‘A Love Song’- Film Review

Sundance 2022: Opening Night- “A Love Song” Wes Studi is a national treasure. His presence has always been strong and throughout his 34-year career, the actor has given us many award-worthy performances. Studi has a naturalistic style that finds him

The Year In Revue Part Five: Anthony’s Top 20 of 2021

Since the days of Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, I have been making “Top Ten” lists of my favorite films from each year. I used to love reading their “Best of the year” articles in their respective home-based newspapers and