Film Review

The Lobster

The Lobster is a wonderfully bizarre, dystopian love story from writer/director Yorgos Lanthimos. It’s officially categorized under both comedy and drama, but t...

Selena

Director Gregory Nava’s biopic of the titular Tejano songstress was released in 1997; just around the time millennials were hitting double digits. So, like most...

Peoples Bank Theatre Film Series

Knowing the dominant demographic of this site, I imagine there are few readers who remember the glory days of going to the movies in a truly historic movie hous...

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon has quite an assortment of IMDb credits to his name with little in common except major success (Argo, Glee and American Horror Stor...

Film Review: Whiplash

Those who were able to see Whiplash before cheering it on at this year’s Oscar ceremony (where it took home three statues) are very lucky. It didn’t enjoy a wid...

Birdman

Marvel and DC have proven that big blockbuster action movies do very well. People love to watch larger than life characters fight even larger villains in scenes...

Film Review: Blue Ruin

Blue Ruin begins the way it eventually ends - with quiet, panning shots around an empty house. At least you think it's empty. Then the camera falls on the shoul...
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