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Review: 1917 Film

Review: 1917

Every awards season I get most excited for films that feel new and bring something different. On the surface, 1917 feels like a classic war film but it is a visually impactful telling of the horrors and exhaustive nature of war. Read More Read More
Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Film

Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino writes a stirring homage to 1960s Hollywood in this tale of disappearing stardom sprinkled with comedy, violence, and Charles Manson’s “family” in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It’s a great mixture of vintage Hollywood and Tarantino’s great love of classic westerns. Rick Dalton was once a big star in the western-style primetime show Bounty Law but now he’s been relegated to guest star baddie on a slew of well-known shows. Read More Read More
Review: Little Women Film

Review: Little Women

As a child of the 90s, the 1994 Gillian Armstrong-directed Little Women was a staple of my childhood. Knowing and loving that version made me both nervous and excited for Greta Gerwig’s new take on the classic Louisa May Alcott novel. Read More Read More
Review: Parasite Film

Review: Parasite

It is tough to write about Parasite without giving things away. As soon as you see it, you want to sit down and talk with your friends—but if I talk with you, my friends, I will be cheating you out of a chance to go on the ride. And you really need to go on the ride. Read More Read More
Review: The Irishman Film

Review: The Irishman

Watching The Irishman is as if the main character, Frank Sheeran, is your grandfather in his nursing home, telling you stories of his youth. The film is Frank recounting his life from starting out as a young union teamster before he befriending crime boss Russel Bufalino (Joe Pesci) and becoming an assassin for the mob. Read More Read More
Review: Marriage Story Film

Review: Marriage Story

Typically, I only write reviews for the Oscar Best Film nominees. This review is coming out early because I can’t stand the idea of anyone missing this film and I’m placing a real bet that Marriage Story will receive AT LEAST 4 nominations. I’ll apologize to you personally if I’m wrong. (I won’t be.)  Read More Read More
Review: Bohemian Rhapsody Film

Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury is one of the most talented rock singer of all time. It is no small feat to tell his story and live up to the grandeur of him. Bohemian Rhapsody takes a crack at telling the story of Freddie from the time he joined Queen in 1970 to their performance at Live Aid in 1985—a performance called “Queen’s best live show.” Read More Read More
Review: The Favourite Film

Review: The Favourite

In the early 18th century, Anne is Queen of England. She is ill with bouts of severe gout that leave her partially immobile and generally unpleasant. Her friend since childhood and secret lover Lady Marlborough cares for her and helps to run the country along with the friendship and ear of the Prime Minister. Read More Read More

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