There’s little doubt that 2017 will go down in history books for far different reasons than its cinema. Films that … Continue reading 2017: A cinematic year in review
Why make a shiny, glimmer-y sports redemption film about Olympic silver medalist Nancy Kerrigan when the source material is so … Continue reading I, Tonya: Comedy in mild tragedy
Millions upon millions of eyes will scrutinize every single frame, nuance, bit of dialogue or perceived misstep in writer/director Rian … Continue reading The Last Jedi: Star Wars for everyone and no one
It’s easy to pen “Lady Bird” into a corner, especially given the fact that the indie romantic comedy/drama currently stands … Continue reading Lady Bird: Drama in ‘reel’ life
Prestige cinema comes at a price. For some, the nearly two-hour and 45-minute science fiction epic “Blade Runner 2049” is … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Beautiful complexity
You’re not going to like the new Jennifer Lawrence movie. It’s a slow, plodding arthouse melodrama filled with allegory and … Continue reading mother!: Viewers be warned!
Taylor Sheridan can write the tail off a script. The creative mind behind probing, emotional thrillers like “Sicario” and “Hell … Continue reading Wind River: Life and death in the cold