Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film marks his most personal and slowest film to date. Add Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to the already impressive resume of one of the most accomplished and controversial directors in recent memory.
Blood, dicks, pubes and much more. Ari Aster made the most jarring film of the year with Midsommar.
Toy Story 4 is the perfect victory lap ending to one of the most beloved franchises of all time.
In a world dominated by live-action Disney remakes thankfully we still get some origin adult comedies such as Late Night…. for now.
Gentrification, loss, love, family — the list goes on for what The Last Black Man in San Francisco has to say about the pressure that economic despair can put on a community.
Another biopic about a misunderstood genius’ rise, fall, and comeback. Rocketman provides refreshing creativity to an overdone genre.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is pure adrenaline
Director Penny Lane successfully converted me to Satanism with her latest film Hail Satan?
Long Shot is led by a few great performances, and an even better script. The use of politics is always a risk, in Long Shot that risk was worth taking.
Donald Glover, Stephen Glover, and Hiro continue to make there case as the Wade, Bosh, and Bron of Hollywood. Guava Island is another example of the big 3 making flawless art.
Avengers: Endgame is a fun and satisfying end of an era.
Little Woods tackles a number of social issues, including the importance of free healthcare in the U.S., reproductive rights and the opioid crisis. Think Hell or High Water meets Winter’s Bone, as it’s gritty, tense, and moving.