Category: New Releases

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‘The Last Vermeer’: Broad Strokes of Truth Lead to Uneven Work of Art

“The Last Vermeer” is Recommended for its strong supporting cast and central theme, while its central character either doesn’t support the film’s themes or isn’t supported by the film’s themes.

‘Come Play’: Horror Puts Fresh Spin on Familiarity

Come Play Directed by: Jacob Chase Screenplay by: Jacob Chase, based on Larry by: Jacob Chase Starring: Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr, Azhy Robertson, Winslow Fegley It’s very easy to ‘armchair quarterback’ a film’s intent and direction. You sit down

‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’: Crude, Crass, Funny, Characters Make Glorious Movie

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Directed by: Jason Woliner Screenplay by: Peter Baynham, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jena Friedman, Anthony Hines, Lee Kern, Dan Mazer, Erica Rivinoja, Dan Swimer Story by: Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines, Nina Pedrad, Dan Swimer, based on ‘Borat

‘Time’: Powerful Doc Examines Broken Prison System

Time Directed by: Garrett Bradley Featuring: Sibil Fox Richardson, Robert G. Richardson Reflecting on Garrett Bradley’s Award-Winning documentary, “Time,” I can’t help but reflect on my own life; the struggles that I’ve experienced. That’s the beauty of our lives –

Blumhouse Presents: Two Morality Tales Ending on Different Notes

Blumhouse Presents makes its way to the streaming realm with their first two telefilms, ‘The Lie’ and ‘Black Box. Both Blumhouse Presents films are now on Amazon Prime.

‘The Glorias’: Indulgent, Vibrant Look at Steinem’s Life is Relevant to Our Time

The Glorias Directed by: Julie Taymor Screenplay by: Sarah Ruhl and Julie Taymor, based on My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem Starring: Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Timothy Hutton, Lorraine Toussaint, Janelle Monáe, Bette Midler ‘Timely’ is a phrase

‘Kajillionaire’ Brilliantly Finds Life’s Riches

Kajillionaire’s delirious immaturity is wonderous. The performances from Evan Rachel Wood, Richard Jenkins and Debra Winger are at the heart of the film.

“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.

“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.