Supposedly the first wide release to feature a majority LGBTQ+ cast, how does it stack up?
A fictionalized history looking through India at the hands of colonialism, but also a thrill ride from start to finish.
Robert Eggers's new film goes further back than his first two features.
Supposedly not a reboot, but not quite free of Disney's creative trappings either.
The Daniels return with an absurd, zany, and heartfelt adventure through the multiverse.
Now to start something that makes perfect sense. This column will be a monthly retrospective of the movies from 20 years earlier. Most months I'm aiming for the first Tuesday to release this. But I'm starting late. For the record, release dates are weird so if it's a smaller film, info is hard to always [...]
Kenneth Branagh's Oscar-winning coming of age tale doesn't seem to stretch beyond the clear nostalgia.
Some would ask what is the need for a new West Side Story, but Steven Spielberg does far more than provide the answer any skeptic would need.
This film featuring deaf actors playing deaf characters unfortunately falters with providing them their own voice.
A film living in the moment - regardless of how short it's bound to last.