Best Movies on Netflix: Top-Rated Films to Stream in May 2024

With an ever-expanding library of films, Netflix remains a top destination for movie lovers. Whether you’re looking for the best movies on Netflix, top-rated films, or must-see flicks to stream this month, our curated list has you covered. These top-rated movies are perfect for your next movie night, from thrilling action-packed adventures to heartfelt animated… Continue reading Best Movies on Netflix: Top-Rated Films to Stream in May 2024

Founders Day: A slightly muddled blend of political satire and slasher horror

In recent years, the term “divisive” has become a catch-all for political discord, inspiring horror movies seeking to tap into the fanatical beliefs and alarmist rhetoric that define our era. ‘Founders Day,’ directed by Erik Bloomquist and opening on 700-plus U.S. screens, attempts to elevate itself beyond typical indie productions by slickly intertwining political rancor… Continue reading Founders Day: A slightly muddled blend of political satire and slasher horror

Back to Black: An Intimate Exploration of Amy Winehouse’s Journey

Maria Abela as Winehouse

‘Back to Black’ delves into the intricate life of the late Amy Winehouse, inviting the audience to intimately connect with her journey. It presents a multifaceted portrayal of the iconic singer-songwriter, whose brilliance was often overshadowed by her struggles. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and penned by Matt Greenhalgh, this biopic provides a compelling window into… Continue reading Back to Black: An Intimate Exploration of Amy Winehouse’s Journey

The dream of a lifetime.

Watch and share the WICKED featurette using the embed code below. #WickedMovie trailer Wednesday. Embed <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/EjUh0NFIvVA?si=7NXMu1j5CULYQRUH” title=”YouTube video player” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture; web-share” referrerpolicy=”strict-origin-when-cross-origin” allowfullscreen></iframe> WICKED – In Theaters November 2 Official Website | Facebook | X | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | #WickedMovie After two decades as one of the most beloved and enduring musicals on the stage, Wicked makes its long-awaited journey… Continue reading The dream of a lifetime.

SXSW 2024: I Saw the TV Glow – a theme lost in a disjoined mess

Jane Schoenbrun’s ‘I Saw the TV Glow’ ambitiously attempts to explore themes of transgender self-actualization and the allure of escapist media. However, despite its lofty aspirations, the movie ultimately needs to catch up, delivering a messy and disjointed viewing experience. The film premiered at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival before it screened at SXSW 2024,… Continue reading SXSW 2024: I Saw the TV Glow – a theme lost in a disjoined mess

SXSW 2024: The Fall Guy – a real crowd-pleaser

‘The Fall Guy,’ directed by David Leitch and starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt, premiered at the SXSW Film Festival (2024), sparking excitement among audiences and critics alike. This action-romantic comedy promises to be a highlight of the summer blockbuster season, offering a thrilling mix of stunts, humor, and chemistry between its lead actors. The… Continue reading SXSW 2024: The Fall Guy – a real crowd-pleaser

The Outside Circle: A Modern Western Journey

Director Craig Rullman’s ‘The Outside Circle: A Movie of the Modern West’ is a well-filmed documentary that offers a poignant exploration of the mythologies and realities of life in the American West. Through the lens of three remarkable stories, the film delves deep into the lives, trials, and successes of those living on the outskirts… Continue reading The Outside Circle: A Modern Western Journey

‘Boy Kills World’: Satisfies Bloodlust with Style

Bill Skarsgård as Boy in 'Boy Kills World'

‘Boy Kills World’ makes no bones about what viewers will get, as it’s right there in the title. The title character (Bill Skarsgård) is mute, stemming from childhood trauma when he saw his sister get killed by Hilda Van Der Koy (Famke Janssen) in an annual event called The Culling. The boy went into exile… Continue reading ‘Boy Kills World’: Satisfies Bloodlust with Style

SXSW 2024: Arcadian – a tight, somewhat flawed monster thriller

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Benjamin Brewer’s post-apocalyptic thriller, ‘ Arcadian, ‘ is a decently captivating tale of survival and familial bonds in a world ravaged by unknown horrors. Premiering to a packed house at SXSW 2024, the film immerses audiences in a haunting landscape where the familiar sounds of nature signal both safety and danger. At its core, ‘Arcadian’… Continue reading SXSW 2024: Arcadian – a tight, somewhat flawed monster thriller

Civil War: a nightmarish vision of a war-torn America

Kirsten Dunst plays a veteran war photographer who makes her way across the wartorn country.A24

Alex Garland’s ‘Civil War’ is a gripping and immersive cinematic experience that plunges viewers into a nightmarish vision of a war-torn America. Set against the backdrop of a second Civil War, pitting citizens against each other based on state allegiances, the film follows a group of journalists led by veteran photojournalist Lee, portrayed with haunting… Continue reading Civil War: a nightmarish vision of a war-torn America