For a narrative so crucially important and timely to American history then and now, I expected to be blown away by the rise and ultimate demise of Fred Hampton, the Chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. What I got wasn't that, and I'm left wondering how could they miss the mark for this one?
Carey Mulligan kills it in Promising Young Woman. Cassie (Mulligan), traumatized by a tragic event in her past, seeks out vengeance against those who crossed her path.
Gut-wrenching, anxiety inducing, emotional are a few words to describe Pieces of a Woman, which is now streaming on Netflix. Going into a movie blind is always a wild ride, but I was nowhere near prepared for the much hyped first 30 minutes, also known as the most stressful minutes of my life.
"Masterpiece" and "Unforgettable" are two words rightfully being chosen to describe Sound of Metal. In an unprecedented year of cinematic uncertainty, Sound of Metal has restored my faith in 2020 cinema.
If director Christopher Nolan is from this century, you could have fooled me. Maybe I should write this review backward, sideways, non-linear, because his latest work Tenet is cinematically not of this world, or of modern comprehension.
With the monotony and solitude of life in quarantine, what better way to spend your time than getting sucked in the time loop rom-com Palm Springs?
Da 5 Bloods is a retort to decades of Hollywood storytelling from a white perspective, and director Spike Lee has a lot to stay. So get ready to listen.
The King of Staten Island is being adored by film twitter, critics, and even holds a respectable collective rating of over 7 on IMDB, and I'm left here wondering...why?
If you take Deadpool 2, Snatch and Kill Bill, mash them together and add the style of Guardians of the Galaxy, you'll get Birds of Prey. The hyper fem glitter bomb of girl power is here, and it's amazing.
What were your favorite movies of 2019? Did the Oscars get it right or so wrong? Here's my list of my favorite movies of the year!