Matthew Kyle Levine’s newest short film, Miss Freelance, continues the writer/director’s penchant for emotional character studies told through facial expressions and relationships.
Quentin Tarantino’s new film, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood, is an aesthetically beautiful recreation of late 1960’s Hollywood but suffers dearly from the plodding second act of its bloated runtime.
Mark Wilson’s debut feature, Wade in the Water, is an excellent dark dramedy with wonderful performances from its two leads and some interesting commentary on human interaction.
Joe Benedetto’s 2015 short, Hide the Sausage, is a stylish black and white crime drama that nabs your attention and doesn’t let go throughout its brief runtime.
Disney stumbles once again with a lifeless recreation of one of their most popular animated films, The Lion King, that banks on the audience’s nostalgia for the 1994 animated film.
Alexandre Aja’s new film, Crawl, fails to deliver entertainment with its ridiculous premise and is even dumber than the trailers made it look.
Tom Konkle’s Trouble Is My Business is a faithful love letter to film noir classics of the 1940’s that’s sometimes held back by its story and tonal issues.
Ari Aster’s Midsommar, the spiritual followup to last year’s Hereditary, has much of the same intrigue but is a little too self-indulgent and lacking in story.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is a solid sequel with some clunky humor and a drab first half but picks up significantly by its end.
Annabelle Comes Home, the seventh installment in The Conjuring universe, is the worst film in its namesake series and the worst in its cinematic universe as well.