‘Of an Age’: Movie Review
Love is a curious event in our lives, one that finds us when we least expect it, one that we sometimes fail to fully appreciate. Time is an aspect of that love. Together, human intuition takes over, making for awkwardness
Sundance 2023: ‘My Animal’- Film review
Sundance 2023 Midnight Selection “My Animal” Director Jacqueline Castel tears into the werewolf genre with her terrific and effective feature filmmaking debut, “My Animal”. Written by Jae Matthews, Castel has directed a genre film where its emotions and situations are
Sundance 2023: ‘It’s Only Life After All’- Film Review
Sundance 2023 Premiere Selection “It’s Only Life After All” Reflecting on their decades-long music career, Indigo Girls (Amy Ray and Emily Saliers) are front and center in director Alexandria Bombach’s documentary “It’s Only Life After All”; a film that traces
Top Ten of 2022: A Unity in Cinema
Top Ten films of 2022 . . . that’s a tough chore. Once again, I’m coming in right under the wire. As I write this, my list of Top Films of 2022, we’re seven hours, 30 minutes from ringing in
‘Anything’s Possible’: Movie Review
Billy Porter’s directorial debut, Anything’s Possible, is as much a John Hughes story to the current generation as The Breakfast Club was to mine, bearing the trappings of a story that will appeal to many generations. (Funny how as I
Sundance 2022: ‘Am I OK?’- Film Review
Sundance 2022 Premiere: “Am I Ok?” Screenwriter Lauren Pomerantz and co-directors Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne’s “Am I Ok?” is an honest work about two best friends in their thirties, both of whom are having life changing moments. Lucy (Dakota
‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: Groovy Throwback, Strong Ensemble Elevate Haim, Hoffman and Cooper, Love Prevails
Licorice Pizza is Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film. Newcomers Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman shine, Bradley Cooper should garner another nomination and the whole affair is groovy.
‘My Name is Pauli Murray’: Civil Rights Activist’s Life Comes Into The Light
“My Name is Pauli Murray” is the story of a Civil Rights activist whose name and work had previously remained undiscovered. The documentary brings her efforts to balance the rights of women, African Americans and the LGBTQ community. Now in theaters and, on Amazon Prime on October 1.
‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’: Max Harwood Shines; Richard E. Grant Steals The Show
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a beautiful story of a teenager becoming a drag queen. Newcomer Max Harwood shines and Richard E. Grant shines. Now in theaters, it will hit Amazon Prime on September 17.
‘Death Drop Gorgeous’: Wicked Queer Horror Goodness
A fierce and outrageous Queer Horror homage to 80’s Slasher films and Italian Giallo that is infectiously wicked and bitingly funny