A spoiler-free review of ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,’ highlighting the way the modern setting and current social climate once again influence Johnson’s approach to the whodunit narrative.
‘Barbarian’ is horror infused with something ridiculous that makes the whole thing entertaining.
A film for the post-MeToo era that inverts the narrative with an ironic coda, Tár depicts the duality of a sensitive artist capable of great evil and vile manipulation.
‘The Menu’ has a strong story. The 5 acts, which are defined by the courses, are an excellent subversion of the classic 5-act film structure.
In The Novelist’s Film, Hong explores the meaningful things people share and inspire by virtue of simply engaging with one another.
‘The Patient’ is bound by four walls and a mediocre ending that leaves you wanting more.
An anti-war film denouncing the valorization of senseless violence, ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ is (unfortunately) all too relevant in 2022.
Weird has a name and it’s, Weird Al. ‘Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’ makes you want to “Eat it” then “Beat it”.
Happy Halloween! If you were debating capping off Spooky Season with a viewing of Hocus Pocus 2, it is just very clear that this is more for the younger audience as opposed to people who grew up with the original.
One of the reasons that people with albinism have a difficult time being seen and represented in media is probably because there is a small percentage of them.