HomeAuthordannythemovieman, Author at Keithlovesmovies

January 2020 wasn’t a great month for new, wide released films, and February not only looks to top it – but provide us with a solid quantity of genuinely great, creative and original films. Whether you want to catch up on Sundance family fare (Timmy Failure, Wendy) or Sundance adaptations of stories we’re familiar with (Downhill, The Assistant), festival favorite foreign cinema (The Traitor, Portrait of a Lady on Fire) or some new romantic comedies...

I had the massive pleasure of attending TIFF’s recently finished retrospective on the directorial works of Martin Scorsese, mainly in honor of the release of The Irishman. Unfortunately, I only got to see about half of the films screened for the retrospective, but in reflection of the fantastic event and in anticipation of the coming retrospective on his documentary work, this was still a good place to start. Going in order of films viewed, below...

Movie fans know that the month of January is consistently not great for new release films. While the big, award-baity films pick up steam and expand for audiences across the world to see, studios release the films they’re most concerned about performance for this month, as counter programming to said flashy awards titles. With some jumpy studio horror (The Grudge, The Turning), the Canadian release for a few Oscar shortlisted films (Les Miserables, Cunningham) and...

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