Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Tag: review

Movie Review: ‘The Tomorrow War’ Sees Fun, Struggles Being a New ‘Independence Day’

Director: Chris McKay Writer: Zach Dean Stars: Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, Betty Gilpin, Sam Richardson, Edwin Hodge, Keith Powers, J.K. Simmons Synopsis: A family man is drafted to fight in a future war where the fate of...

Movie Review: ‘Luca’ Swims in Merry, if Simplistic, Currents

Director: Enrico Casarosa Writers: Jesse Andrews and Mike Jones Stars: Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer, Emma Berman, Maya Rudolph, Marco Barricelli, Jim Gaffigan, Sacha Baron Cohen Synopsis: A young boy experiences an unforgettable seaside summer on...

Op-ed: Why ‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ is the Perfect Film for Processing 2020

The screen is black. The next frame looks down from above on a man seated at a table – with a model of a brain in front of him. Thus begins David Byrne’s American Utopia –...

Movie Review (LFF): ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ is an Exhausting but Rewarding Documentary

Director: Bill Ross IV, Turner Ross Synopsis: Patrons and staff enjoy their last night in a Las Vegas bar that's shutting down. An old man wakes at the bar mid-morning and recites Shakespeare as...

Movie Review (LFF): ‘Stray’ is Strong, Subtle Filmmaking – to a Fault

Director: Elizabeth Lo Synopsis: The world of Zeytin, a stray dog living life on the streets of Istanbul. Perspective is important when crafting a narrative, even a documentary one, and while Elizabeth Lo‘s film...

Movie Review (LFF): ‘Mogul Mowgli’ is a Complex, Emotionally Compelling Passion Project

Director: Bassam Tariq Writer: Bassam Tariq, Riz Ahmed Stars: Riz Ahmed, Alyy Khan, Sudha Bhuchar, Nabhaan Rizwan Synopsis: On the brink of his first international tour, Zed, a British Pakistani rapper, decides to fly home...

Second Chances: Moulin Rouge!

Where and when we watch movies are crucial to how much we enjoy them. By rewatching a film, our opinion on it can drastically change. We can appreciate things we never saw...

Movie Review: New documentary ‘Big Enough, Small Enough’ tells the story of South Bend, Indiana

Directors: Ryan Blaske, Zach Schrank Synopsis: South Bend is in the midst of its most dramatic shift since the collapse of Studebaker in 1963. Today, it is at a turning point and still...
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