Telling the story of how Gary Hart (Hugh Jackman), the true front runner 1988 Presidential race until a scandal had been reported of Hart having an affair, The Front Runner… Read more The Front Runner Review: It’s no clear front runner, but it’s still a story worth seeing →
Director Yorgos Lanthimos has carefully crafted an amazingly hilarious film filled with tension, crude humor, and fantastic performances that you have to see as fast as humanly possible. The film… Read more The Favourite Review: The undisputed favorite that you can’t miss out on →
The Rocky series is undoubtedly one of the most inspirational film series in the industry and it only continued once Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky left the ring and Michael B. Jordan’s… Read more Creed II Review: A worthy sequel that is both vicious and heartwarming in nature. →
The Other Side of the Wind Review: Orson Welles’ final film could give him award recognition 42 years later.
Historic strides in the film industry have been made in 2018 and another big step has been taken with the release of The Other Side of the Wind. No, it’s… Read more The Other Side of the Wind Review: Orson Welles’ final film could give him award recognition 42 years later. →
Having a strong directorial debut means everything to an up and coming director as it can really set them on a path towards getting funding for more passion projects. Clearly… Read more Wildlife Review: Paul Dano’s incredible first outing is both beautiful and devastating. →
With a title like “Mid90s,” many going-in would probably expect the film to be filled with ton of pop-culture references and rely heavily on being nostalgic. But acclaimed actor Jonah… Read more Mid90s Review: Jonah Hill takes audiences on a new ride through skateboard culture. →
First Man Review: Chazelle’s more personal approach results in a boring take on Armstrong’s world impact.
Writer/Director Damien Chazelle has seen some massive success in recent years with films like Whiplash and La La Land. Both films not only captured the attention of many moviegoers, but… Read more First Man Review: Chazelle’s more personal approach results in a boring take on Armstrong’s world impact. →
A Star is Born Review: Cooper’s first directorial outing is a true rise to stardom with the help of Lady Gaga
This year has seen plenty of well-regarded and fan-favorite actors take a step behind the camera and take on directing roles for passion projects. John Krasinski took on the horror… Read more A Star is Born Review: Cooper’s first directorial outing is a true rise to stardom with the help of Lady Gaga →