Category: Reviews

‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Review: Barry Jenkins Delivers Another Masterpiece

A dazzling array of colors and beauty bring this tragedy to life.

‘The Favourite’ Review: Colman, Stone, and Weisz Are a Fantastic Feuding Trio

Comedy and tragedy, history and modernity fuse on New York Film Festival's opening night

‘Neo Yokio: Pink Christmas’ Review: A Netflix Holiday Special to Be Enjoyed By All

This Holiday season we return to the greatest city in the world... Neo Yokio.

‘Pooka’ Review: A Man, a Costume, and the Space In Between

The suit makes the man but unfortunately can't help the movie.

‘Unstoppable’ Review: Taken, Too

That big teddy bear you loved seeing kick the dead's ass in 'Train to Busan' is back to fight the…

Why ‘The Bostonians’ Is James Ivory’s Forgotten Queer Classic

A new 4K restoration of 'The Bostonians' is a must-see glimpse into the past.

‘The Mercy’ Review: Hidden Depths Steer this Biopic to Success

A surprisingly timely heart and nuanced performances from Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz mean 'The Mercy' is about much more than…

‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ Review: Pure Genre Joy with a Toe-Tapping Beat

If you're not smiling during this one, you're probably an asshole.