Drugs, family, tradition, and greed. Colombia’s submission for best foreign language film, Birds of Passage, has everything you want in a drug epic.
Captain Marvel is 127 minutes of action and visually pleasing effects. Impressive as the effects are, the narrative fails to add originality to a formula Marvel regularly leans on.
In his first full length film Penna show’s us that he is more than just a youtube phenom. Even if he show’s this in a slow drawn out way.
Isn’t It Romantic doesn’t try to be something it is not. And for a Rebel Wilson led Rom-Com that is more than enough.
When Liam Neeson isn’t making racist statements he can still be found looking for revenge. Cold Pursuit shows us the old guy still can’t protect his kids.
High Flying Bird is a deep dive into the business side of pro sports and the implications of what it would mean to take back the on court product in a world that doesn’t need the rich white owners to cut the checks.
Capernaum is a depressing look at the effects of human suffering and a reminder that this world we live in is an unforgiving shithole.
Inspired by his parent’s relationship, director Pawel Pawlikowski tells the story of a relationship between a musical director and a singer, set in the late 1940s in Poland.
Stan & Ollie tells the comeback story of one of Hollywood’s classic comedic duos, well after their 15 minutes of fame is up.
Free Solo is the story of how Alex Honnold attempts to do the impossible. A Story that is both crazy and beautiful.
Netflix’s 97-minute deep dive documentary about the 2017 Fyre Festival failure shows what happens when thousands of people invest in a criminal and a washed up rapper.
Destroyer is interesting enough for anyone’s time. Kidman is great, the story has its turns, but ultimately, it isn’t a movie we’ll be talking about next year.