Trailer Debut: Yorgos Lanthimos’ KINDS OF KINDNESS

Source: Searchlight Pictures KINDS OF KINDNESS is a triptych fable, following a man without choice who tries to take control of his own life; a policeman who is alarmed that his wife who was missing-at-sea has returned and seems a different person; and a woman determined to find a specific someone with a special ability,… Continue reading Trailer Debut: Yorgos Lanthimos’ KINDS OF KINDNESS

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SXSW 2024: SASQUATCH SUNSET Is Both Mesmerizing and Moving

If someone were to tell me that I would adore a faux documentary about a family of Sasquatch, I would think that person was either lying or trying to trick me. When I first read the synopsis of this movie on the SXSW website, as I was planning my schedule, I initially dismissed it. However,… Continue reading SXSW 2024: SASQUATCH SUNSET Is Both Mesmerizing and Moving

CIVIL WAR Displays Exceptional Filmmaking, But Its Story Lacks Bite

Alex Garland’s Civil War is a technical marvel, a testament to the art of filmmaking. It plunges the audience into the chaotic depths of war, a feat achieved through masterful cinematography, impeccable editing, breathtaking effects, and immersive sound design. However, the script leaves something to be desired. Garland’s story feels underdeveloped and not fully realized,… Continue reading CIVIL WAR Displays Exceptional Filmmaking, But Its Story Lacks Bite

GIRLS STATE Shows That Young Women Are Still Fighting For A Voice In Our Nation

In 2020, filmmakers Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine offered a glimpse into the youth program known as Boys State. These directors are back with a film that reveals the modern experience of young women who participate in the program named Girls State. While I appreciated the first film, I still feel that Boys State comes… Continue reading GIRLS STATE Shows That Young Women Are Still Fighting For A Voice In Our Nation

GHOSTBUSTERS: FROZEN EMPIRE Is Good Fun, But Lacks Depth

Phoebe Spengler (Mckenna Grace) in Columbia PicturesÂ’ GHOSTBUSTERS: FROZEN EMPIRE.

There have been a lot of mixed feelings from movie fans regarding their reactions to Ghostbusters: Afterlife. While it lacked the witty comedic approach the first movies had, this movie had more depth and emotion, and I loved that installment for it. It is now time to examine the latest installment, and I get the… Continue reading GHOSTBUSTERS: FROZEN EMPIRE Is Good Fun, But Lacks Depth

LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL: A Fantastic Mix of Possession and Found Footage Horror

Somehow, I missed the opportunity to watch this highly anticipated horror film at SXSW, where it premiered and impacted its audiences. Before the festival, however, I was aware of this movie and highly anticipated its release. Thankfully, I was allowed to review the film through a digital screener and can honestly attest that Late Night… Continue reading LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL: A Fantastic Mix of Possession and Found Footage Horror