Review: ‘Hamilton’The Room Where It Happened Is Your Living Room, Thanks To Disney+

0
The room where it happened, it turns out, is in your living room. Disney spent a small fortune, enough cash to make Alexander Hamilton...

Review: ‘Last Night In Soho’Edgar Wright Creates A Mesmerizing Musical, Psychological Horror Experience

0
After taking the horror genre for a comedic spin in cult classic fashion with Shaun of the Dead, Edgar Wright goes full-blown psycho terror with...

Review: ‘Titane’Julia Ducournau's Beautiful, Disgusting Body Horror/Love Story Is Unlike Anything You'll See This...

0
The most shocking, disturbing, and yet surprisingly affirming film you'll see this year, Julia Ducournau's Titane is unlike anything else. After her outlandishly grotesque debut Raw, Ducournau...

Review: ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’Eliza Hittman Returns With Another Sobering, Intimate Look At Sexual...

0
When we first meet Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) in Eliza Hittman's stirring, intimate, and infuriating Never Rarely Sometimes Always, she's singing a melancholy tune at...

Review: ‘Boss Level’Joe Carnahan's Cinematic Quarter-Muncher Is Worth Playing Again And Again

0
The other day I was playing (really, getting my ass kicked) by a new version of the video game Ghosts 'n Goblins. I mean,...

Review: ‘Together’James McAvoy And Sharon Horgan Are Bracingly Funny And Achingly Brutal In Stephen...

0
"Oh Goddammit not another pandemic movie", is something I hope to never have to say to myself when/if this global nightmare ever ends. The...

Review: ‘Mulan’Disney's Sweeping Wuxia Fairy Tale Is Their Best Remake Yet

0
Disney's long-anticipated, longer-than-expected anyway, remake of Mulan opens with a sweeping, grande journey through an ancient Chinese village. Such a vast introduction was clearly...

Review: ‘To All The Boys: Always And Forever’Lara Jean And Peter Face An Uncertain...

0
Oh, Peter. You've finally found a rival for Lara Jean's heart that you can't simply out-smile or out-charm into defeat. Netflix's adaptations of Jenny...

Review: ‘No Time To Die’Daniel Craig's 007 Swan Song Is An Emotional, Explosive Thrill...

0
And here we are. After almost two years of waiting for it, the title No Time to Die became something of a joke. But...

Review: ‘Charm City Kings’Baltimore Dirt Bike Drama Is Leader Of The Pack

0
NOTE: This review was originally posted for this year's Sundance Film Festival. Charm City Kings opens on HBO Max tomorrow, October 8th.  If all you’ve...