After a brief retirement from feature films and a short stint on TV with The Knick, Steven Soderbergh is back to his old stopping grounds. Advertisements
Do not believe what you hear from online news articles. Robert Pattinson does not sexually stimulate a dog in the Safdie brothers latest effort – but if he did, it wouldn’t be the craziest thing in the entire film. The ironically titled “Good Time is, in fact, not a […]
It seems that every week now – I’m here reviewing a film hot off the festival circuit and well, this week is no different. Today, I’m here to talk about the much anticipated indie dramedy “Brigsby Bear”. A film that even Kevin Smith took to social media to […]
Director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal have proven to be an invaluable filmmaking team the past decade. Whether exploring the Iraq War via a fictional character study (The Hurt Locker) or showing us the bureaucracy behind hunting the world’s most wanted man (Zero Dark Thirty), the two […]
Lady Macbeth first premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September ’16 where it opened to rave reviews from across the board. Most who saw the movie at the premiere were largely impressed with the film overall. The film is finally receiving a North American run all of […]
Based on the trailers it feels like a dysfunctional family film meets coming of age comedy set in the 90s. While it has aspects of both, it never really hits its mark. Instead, the story focuses on infidelity and gently telling the audience that monogamy is but a […]
With the surplus of romantic comedies being released to audiences every year it takes a lot of variables for one to stand above the rest.