The 10th Old School Kung Fu Fest: Sword Fighting Heroes Edition
Full of sword clashing Wuxia Martial Arts action, incredible acrobatics, empowered female warriors, Kung Fu masters, kicks, spins, jumps, and even puppets, the Old School Kung Fu Fest has returned! https://metrograph.com/category/oldschool-kungfufest/ Marking its 10th year, the festival will run the
‘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: ‘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
‘The Last Duel’: 14th Century “Rashomon” of Misguided Vengeance
The emotinal betrayals of honor, disgrace, and ego drive an insightful and complex 14th century tale from director Ridley Scott
Review: Burnett’s neo-realistic “Killer of Sheep” is timely and timeless.
In today’s flash-in-the-pan film environment where a perfectly-timed explosion, laugh, or shout punctuates a non-existent narrative, it’s very rare that I am floored by a film. Yes, I find every film to have a redeeming quality, but that doesn’t necessarily
FIRST RUN REVUE: Gray’s ‘Lost City of Z’ is a visual feast for the ages.
First Run Revue is an ongoing series of conversational reviews aimed at generating interactive discussions between The Movie Revue staffers along with the general public. Films discussed will be first-run, theatrical films and we’d love to hear what you have
REVIEW: Martin Scorsese’s “Silence” by Brian Wallinger
In the late 1960’s a young film student set out to make a low-budget, black and white film. That filmmaker’s name is Martin Scorsese. It won the acclaim of Roger Ebert, allowing audiences to discover Scorsese. His next film, “Mean
You did not bear the shame You resisted. By sacrificing your impassioned lives, For freedom, justice and honor Throughout history, the world has bred evil men who oppressed the virtuous heroes. And oppression by those evil doers was not only