The Little Things Review – Rework of ’90s Cop Films Minus Purpose

John Lee Hancock is a very particular niche, and with the possible exception of The Alamo, he's proven himself as the director you want for putting a...

Our Friend Review – Curiosities of Loss and Friendship

Matthew Teague's article "The Friend," which ran in Esquire about six years ago, is not the work of someone who doesn't know exactly what they're doing in...

The Midnight Sky Review – Rambling Towards Little

The Midnight Sky is like one of the best road trips you've ever taken, but when you get where you're headed it turns out the place never...

Black Bear Review – Elaborate Kantian Ethics Koan With Manipulative Artists?

Writer/Director Lawrence Michael Levine is a filmmaker who spins strange yarns delivered through often uncomfortable conversations that are generally a combination of superb realism and the utterly...

Promising Young Woman Review – Mulligan Destroys The World Like It Was ’09 All...

The narrative structure of Promising Young Woman is a wonderful lie that, in a way becoming its own meta-metaphor, establishes a promising future that gets destroyed. It's...

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