Disney/Pixar’s new film, LUCA, isn’t the best output from the two studios but is still a rock solid and touching collaborative effort.
Author: Jeremie Sabourin
In Theaters Review: Cruella
Disney’s CRUELLA is a competently made film but doesn’t really fit or add anything new to an iconic character.
Indie Film Review: Strider
Mark Lewis’s new film, STRIDER, has too much plot and a confounding ending but maintains the same type of heart as his previous work.
Short Film Review: Instrument Assassins
Matthew Merritte’s short, INSTRUMENT ASSASSINS, is noticeably low budget but competently made while boasting impressive fight choreography.
In Theaters Review – The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT is an average horror film that doesn’t come close to matching the quality of its predecessors.
In Theaters Review: A Quiet Place Part II
A QUIET PLACE PART II is the perfect film to coax moviegoers back into theaters as it maintains the quality of its predecessor while furthering a compelling story.
Indie Film Review: Older
OLDER, the new film from writer/director Guy Pigden, is very well made with an interesting story but a somewhat muddled final message.
In Theaters Review: Those Who Wish Me Dead
Taylor Sheridan’s THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD continues the filmmaker’s knack for unique stories but doesn’t live up to his previous work.
Indie Film Review: Confession
Daniel C. Nyiri’s debut feature, CONFESSION, is an admittedly low budget affair with some intriguing questions of faith at its core.
In Theaters Review: Spiral
SPIRAL is competently made but not really the shot in the arm needed to resurrect the dead SAW franchise.