We examine how these two time-loop comedies deal with sex, free will, and the multiverse theory.
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Author: Brianna Zigler
This Charli XCX documentary is less about the coronavirus pandemic than it is about community and connection.
A distinctive style and a strong lead performance still leave something to be desired.
Marion Hill's serene debut feature is an enjoyable yet predictable film about a polyamorous relationship.
Through the mockumentary 'Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping' and the documentary 'Miss Americana,' the limits of humanizing the pop star persona are tested.
Ninja Thyberg's expansion of her 2013 short film gives care to an affectingly blunt portrayal of a porn actress.
Edgar Wright's documentary debut is as dynamic as his comedies, offering an affecting look at the long-spanning career of your new favorite band.
From Sundance 2021, we review Zoe Lister-Jones and husband Daryl Wein's quirky comedy about the end of the world.
Comedian Jerrod Carmichael's existential feature debut is carried by his strong direction and its infectious character chemistry.
In the alt-comedy duo's foray into the world of feature filmmaking, the absurdity of American capitalism is a deadly part of our reality.