Reviews

Film Review: EMPIRE OF LIGHT

With Empire of Light, director Sam Mendes delivers a powerful period drama that juggles mental health and the magic of cinema in what may very well be the finest film of this awards season. The Oscar winning f... Read More...

Film Review: TAR

Focus Features enters awards season with a real contender in “TAR,” an unmistakable front-runner in several key categories thanks to the creative trio of Oscar nominated writer/director Todd Field (“Little Chi... Read More...

Film Review: The Banshees of Inisherin

Having won the live action Oscar for his short film "Six Shooter" (2004), Martin McDonagh seared himself into the Academy's consciousness with the dark comedy "In Bruges." The film saw Colin Farrell and Brenda... Read More...

Film Review: Amsterdam

From 20th Century Studios and New Regency, “Amsterdam” is billed as an original romantic crime epic about three close friends who find themselves at the center of one of the most shocking secret plots in Ameri... Read More...

Film Review: Blonde

Director and writer Andrew Dominik's fictional examination of Marilyn Monroe's life, based on the Joyce Carol Oates' novel of the same name, is certainly one of the more anticipated films year. Coming of a sce... Read More...

Film Review: Clerks III

In many ways, Clerks III is like a remake of Clerks with the characters of Clerks making their own version of Clerks only thirty years removed from the actual scenes of Clerks (1994). There’s a bit of a snake ... Read More...

Film Review: Barbarian

Equal parts beguiling and horrific, Barbarian is best experienced without spoilers from the fans and critics who are raving about this film. The basic premise is that a woman named Tess (Georgina Campbell) arr... Read More...

Film Review: Pinocchio

Does anyone in 2022 really have strong feelings about the story of Pinocchio? It's not perplexing that Disney wants to continually mine its back catalogue, but why did Academy Award winning director Robert Zem... Read More...

Film Review: Beast

Beast hails from Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur (Adrift, 2 Guns) with cinematographer Philippe Roousselot capturing this tale of a rogue animal terrorizing a family. With a ninety minute runtime, you ma... Read More...

Film Review: Prey

Prey is the first Predator sequel to come close to the magic of the original John McTernan film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 1719, we follow a tribe of Comanche in the Northern Great Plains. Naru (Amber... Read More...