‘The Power of the Dog’ Review: One of the Year’s Best

Benedict Cumberbatch has crafted a niche for himself playing men who are both brilliant and boorish, men who put people off with their arrogance or disinterest in others. His character in The Power of the Dog fits right into this…

‘Eight Gifts of Hanukkah’ Review

After suffering through Hallmark Channel’s Eight Gifts of Hanukkah, I would like to take back everything I’ve ever said about wanting holiday movies for my people. I’ll just stick to watching that one episode of The Nanny, thank you very…

‘Passing’ Movie Review: A Film About More Than Racial Identity

Netflix film ‘Passing’ directed by Rebecca Hall and based on the book by Nella Larsen deals with a taboo subject that is still relevant even today in 2021. The term “Passing” which we previously talked about when the films trailer…

‘Eternals’ Review: A Story of Superpowered Beings and Their Humanity

Marvel Studios’ latest film “Eternals” highlights the humanity of Earth’s earliest heroes, a group of superpowered immortal beings.

‘The Claus Family’ Review: A Festive Family Formula

Since Christmas obviously begins directly after Halloween, Netflix now has the Dutch family holiday film ‘The Claus Family’ for you!

Countdown To Christmas: ‘Boyfriends Of Christmas Past’

It’s #CountdownToChristmas time and #BoyfriendsOfChristmasPast turned out to be one of our favorite #Hallmark movies. Read the review!

‘The Electrical Life of Louis Wain’ Review: A Purr-fact View for Feline Aficionado

If you enjoy biographical dramas set in the Victorian era & are particularly fond of cats, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain may be for you.

Countdown to Christmas: ‘You, Me, & The Christmas Trees’

#CountdownToChristmas has started and we’re excited. #YouMeAndTheChristmasTrees has kicked us into the holiday movie spirit.

‘Stuck Together’ Review: Laughter Out of Lockdown

Netflix just dropped a French pandemic comedy called Stuck Together. Yes, a pandemic comedy, if you need a laugh instead of a scare.

‘The Last Duel’ Review: The Truth According to a Woman

The new historical epic The Last Duel puts the strength of an A-list director and actors behind a story centering a woman telling her truth.

‘Belfast’ Review: A Snapshot of a Family and the Struggle of a Nation

Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast is a gorgeous, melancholy snapshot of a family, a city and a nation at a crossroads. Read our review!

‘Sounds Like Love’ Review: What Makes a Rom-Com?

I have to admit up front that the romantic comedy is one of my favorite genres in film. When two people navigate an eventful and maybe sometimes rocky road to end up happy with each other, my entertainment hopes are…

‘The Guilty’ Review: Stretched to the Breaking Point– in a Good Way

The new Netflix film The Guilty provides actor Jake Gyllenhaal with a one-man showcase for his talent and a thrilling story to back it up.

‘No One Gets Out Alive’ Review: A White Character Appropriating Culture? Color Me Not Shocked.

No One Gets Out Alive had the caucasity to try and sell a movie that tells an immigrant story while ignoring them at the same time.

‘Confessions of an Invisible Girl’ Review: Adolescence in Every Language

A new Brazilian teen comedy just dropped on Netflix, and it portrays awkward adolescence in all it’s glory. How good is the movie, though?

‘After We Fell’ Movie Review: Love, Hessa, And Why Is It Being Called A Reboot?

After We Fell is finally out in the United States and can we say it was worth the wait? The film was good but fell short in a lot of ways.

‘The Starling’ Movie Review: Depression, Anger, and Was That a Transphobic Joke?

The Starling could’ve been amazing. It had the workings of it. But ultimately it faltered for many reasons…one possibly transphobic.

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ Review: The Soul Behind the Makeup

The new biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye has a standout performance from Jessica Chastain. Is the rest of the film good? Read on to find out!

‘Raise A Glass To Love’ Was As Off Balanced As A Glass Of Bad Wine

#RaiseAGlassToLove was off balance and spoiled, just like a bad glass of wine. The only thing we were raising a glass to was it being over.

‘Nightbooks’ Review: This Family-Friendly Horror Flick Is a Cheap Thrill

Nightbooks’ thrills may be cheap, but even the most unwilling participants will have a blast in the presence of Krysten Ritter’s evil witch.

‘Malignant’ Movie Review: What the Hell Did We Just Watch?!

HBO Max’s Malignant left us wondering what the hell we just watched and if we could possibly get our time back. Read our review!