Category: Movie Review

Total 36 Posts

“Forlorning”: Potent Short Film About Suicide is Timely

Forlorning is an intimate and powerful look at the choices we make, the pain that we feel and the consequences of those choices.

“7500” Soars With Strong Direction and Performances

“7500” is full of routines, in line with our human nature, and yet, there is nothing routine about Patrick Vollrath’s film.

“The Vast of Night” Is A Slick, Late Night Neo-Noir Sci-Fi Flick

The Vast of Night Directed by Andrew Patterson Written by James Montague and Craig W. Sanger Starring Sierra McCormick, Jake Horowitz, Gail Cronauer, Bruce Davis, Greg Peyton Premiering at Slamdance 2019, Andrew Patterson’s “The Vast of Night” is one of

“Clementine”: Visually Stunning, Personal Story Connects

Clementine is a psycho-sexual coming-of-age thriller bound through strong characters and stronger visuals. Clementine is now at a virtual cinema near you.

‘Selah and the Spades’: High School Is No Joke

Selah and the Spades Written and Directed by: Tayarisha Poe Starring: Lovie Simone, Celeste O’Connor, Jharrel Jerome, Gina Torres, Jesse Williams Thinking about the cutthroat competitive nature of the prep school featured in Tayarisha Poe’s “Selah and the Spades,” evoked

‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’: An Unbiased Social Siren

Never Rarely Sometimes Always is an unbiased look at pregnancy and the decisions we make. Strong performances and a unique perspective focus the though provoking character study.

“Blow the Man Down”

Blow the Man Down Written and Directed by: Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy Starring: Sophie Lowe, Morgan Saylor, June Squibb, Marceline Hugot, Annette O’Toole, Linday Shary, Margo Martindale, Owen Burke, Skipp Sudduth, Will Brittain, Gayle Rankin Going into “Blow

‘Force Majeure’: A Wacky Metaphor For Emotionless Relationships

Force Majeure is a classic black comedy from Ruben Östlund featuring an outstanding cast and story about love, relationships, emotions. Oh, and avalanches.

‘The Photograph’: Faded Love Story With Strong Performances

The Photograph Is a timeless love story with strong performances from Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield.

‘Underwater’

Underwater doesn’t try to reinvent its genre. Kristen Stewart and a relentless pacing keep the film interesting.