Is ‘Django Unchained’ Tarantino’s Best Film?
Over a decade ago, Quentin Tarantino released the marvelous western entitled Django Unchained. The film revolves around an enslaved man named Django Freeman who is part of a chain-gang and is freed by a Dentist/Bounty Hunter named Schultz. Django enlists the help of his new Bounty Hunter friend to help rescue his wife from the […]
Hitchcock’s Subtextual Coding in ‘Rope’
Hitchcock is no stranger to innuendo, as was common in that era, but there was something so sophisticated about his approach to ‘Rope’, and it starts in the first frame.
12 Films Exploring the Complexity and Adventures of Growing Old
When most of us think about diversity in film, we usually think about three things: race, gender, and disabilities. However, there is a forgotten topic… age. These are 12 of the best films about growing old.
The Skeleton In The Closet: 8 LGBTQ+ Horror Films Claiming The Genre
When you think of the horror genre, the LGBTQ+ community is probably one of the last things you think of. However, horror is much more queer-coded than you may think.
Knives Out: Sharpest Writing of 2019?
Knives Out doesn’t just defy the whodunit narrative, it uses the weaknesses to its advantage. It’s well aware of the genre’s faults and tropes
Pain and Glory: Great for Spain and Story…
The newest Pedro Almodóvar movie, Pain and Glory, focuses on an aging and debilitated filmmaker, Salvador Mallo (played by Antonio Banderas) reflecting on his life in his old age.
‘Drive My Car’ Can Repeat History
Even if Drive My Car (2021) doesn’t win Best Picture, it exudes a palpable sense of dreariness and lifelessness that is further embodied by Yusuke, portrayed tragically by Hidetoshi Nishijima. Check out movie reviews & summary!
Last Christmas: Emilia Clarke Stopped Eating Hearts and Decided to Win Them.
In Paul Feig’s newest comedy, Last Christmas, Katarina (Emilia Clarke) didn’t give a heart, she got a heart, you see.
Frozen II: The most disappointing original Disney animated movie since Chicken Little.
Frozen II is not quite direct to DVD Disney sequel level, but if it wasn’t for the spellbinding animation and budget, it certainly would be.