Writer/director Rian Johnson atones for The Last Jedi, his polarizing entry into the Star Wars saga, with his star studded and wildly entertaining whodunnit, Knives Out.
Aleem Hossain’s gritty cop drama with a twist, The Thin Orange Line, will remind viewers of simpler times in their lives and how things change with age.
Though not his best work, legendary director Martin Scorsese returns to his roots with The Irishman, a 3.5 hour long mob epic about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.
The Mr. Rogers biopic, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, isn’t quite the feelgood story that everyone was expecting but delivers a positive message and features a stellar performance from Tom Hanks.
Art of the Dead is ridiculously entertaining B-movie horror with great special effects and a fun premise centered around the Seven Deadly Sins.
Taika Waititi’s new film, Jojo Rabbit, breaks the mold of a typical World War II story as a very funny and heartfelt experience.
Aleem Hossain’s feature length directorial debut, After We Leave, is well made and chocked full of intrigue while being slightly hamstrung by an undeveloped cinematic world.
James Mangold’s Ford v Ferrari is a very well made film with some excellent lead performances from Matt Damon and Christian Bale.
Linus de Paoli’s sophomore feature, A Young Man with High Potential, is a disturbingly engaging watch that’s bound to incite negative reactions due to its subject matter.
Nicholas Goodwin’s Beauty Queen is very well made and acted with a nice message despite maybe feeling a little too familiar.