Top Posts & Pages
- Movie Review: An Indian Village goes French New Wave, "Adieu, Godard"
- Netflixable? A tragedy of WWII recreated, "The Bombardment (Skyggen i mit øje)"
- Movie Review: A blood feud, a buried "sister" and sacrificial hand binds "The Accursed"
- Netflixable? Taiwanese mother considers whether to "Reclaim" the life she's given up for others
- "Top Gun: Maverick" comes back to the biggest IMAX (and mini max) screens this weekend
- That weird Golden Oldie tucked into "The Gray Man" -- "Silver Bird"
- Netflixable? Even sunny "Toscana" can't save this maudlin Danish Food-and-Daddy-Issues Romance
- Movie Review -- "The Witch: Part 2, The Other One" gives witches the "Underworld" treatment
- Netflixable? A charming story of a French girl and her wolf -- "Vicky and Her Mystery (Mystère)"
- Classic Film Review: Gary Cooper's transgressive-for-its-time "Return to Paradise" (1953)
Find a Movie Review
Daily Archives: August 5, 2022
There’s a gloriously workmanlike quality to everything about Ron Howard’s fine film of the famous Tham Lunag cave rescue in Thailand, “Thirteen Lives.” It’s one of those real-life thrillers like Eastwood’s “Sully” or Howard’s own “Apollo 13,” a celebration of … Continue reading
“Buba” is a spinoff movie from a comic German TV series titled “How to Sell Drugs Online Fast,” which I’ve not seen. So when I say I kind of got into the film’s dark, masochistic comic vibe but found it … Continue reading
Jesus, I hate bad dialogue. Even in a torture porn C-movie, it grates. It’s not that one doesn’t notice the pitiless, pointless slaughter, the heartless cruelty and bad acting. Idiotic plot? Let’s throw that in, too. But bad lines badly-delivered? … Continue reading
“The Road” is one of the most evocative two word titles in all of cinema. It brings up memories of Fellini’s Italian road picture, “La Strada,” the romance of “Two for the Road,” the adaptation of Kerouac’s “On the Road,” … Continue reading
August 16, the hustle hits. Could be funny.
Movie Preview: A feminist musical story of hip hop in Islamic, French Speaking Morocco– “Casablanca Beats”
If hip hop breaks big among women in the Muslim world, look out. Look for this Kino Lorber release Sept. 16.