Black Panther

What is there to say about a film that defines a generation, succeeds against all odds, and rises up out of the ashes of all films before it to make a proud declaration: I am here, standing tall, and...

A Futile and Stupid Gesture

For those who don’t know the story of American superstar comedy genius Doug Kenny, the new Netflix released film A Futile and Stupid Gesture may seem bizarre, problematic, off-putting or out of...

Winchester

Generally, anything featuring Dame Helen Mirren will have something to offer, whether it be a crushing Oscar-worthy monologue, or some entertaining shots of the seventy-two-year-old (still in her...

Early Man

It’s crazy to think that it’s been nearly thirty years since A Grand Day Out (1989), the legendary clay animation comedy adventure, first gained unprecedented popularity and established its...

Suburbicon

In his latest collaboration with the Coen brothers, George Clooney the actor shone in his whimsical portrayal of a politically confused film star in Hail Ceasar! As a director, however, Clooney seems...

Review: Shameless (USA)

Usually, after eight seasons, most shows begin to lose their steam, heading in the direction of painfully redundant. This sort of ‘too many seasons’ curse, however, has not yet affected the...

Mudbound

Dee Rees’ Mudbound is radically engaged, heart-wrenching and emotional in every sense of the word, and spellbinding in its unending commitment to the visual presentations of tension. This film is...