It might be frank and honest and personal, but it comes at the cost of also being a subjective presentation of a hell I don’t want, or need to be a part of.
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While a step down from its predecessor, JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL is still a fun and exciting family film well worth your time.
As a film, THE REPORT is a vital reminder about the importance of truth in the face of adversity. As a contemporary history piece, it just might be one of the most influential films released this decade.
JEDI: FALLEN ORDER is a disappointing, if earnest attempt at revitalizing the STAR WARS game license.
In a conversation with Joonas Suotamo, we talk about wanting to be a Skywalker, what he and Peter Mayhew have in common, and crafting a satisfying end to the iconic saga.
I got to talk with director Kirill Sokolov about innocence, the family unit, and his intense debut feature; the wild and irreverent WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE!
Saying 'a Martin Scorsese masterpiece ' is redundant at this point, yet THE IRISHMAN is exactly that.
David Marmor visited NIGHT VISIONS 2019 with his feature film debut, 1BR, and I got a chance to talk with him about the difficulties of first features, the mundane terror of apartment complexes, and why Los Angeles keeps attracting cults.
KNIVES OUT is a masterpiece cultivated from old school paperback mysteries; the kind where you had to resist the urge to jump ahead a few pages at every turn, because just knowing the answer was never going to be as fun as finding out how you got there.