Tag Archive: film reviews

The Pre-Trump Paranoia of 10 Cloverfield Lane

A reflection of our collective anxieties delivered as an easily digestible thriller.

The Prestigious Eye-Roll of Hail, Caesar!

We’re all in service of different kinds of crazy.

Monthly Movie Debrief: February Edition

The Debrief podcast is a little like a Backstreet Boy, it’s back!

How to Get Rich with a Conscience in The Big Short

A prestige PowerPoint presentation.

The Hateful Eight is the Right Kind of Trouble

There’s a sense of gratitude that a troublemaker filmmaker of Tarantino’s acumen exists.

The Savage Optimism of Chi-Raq

Spike Lee is angry again.

Review: The Revenant

Playground machismo.

The Best Films of 2015

You wanted the best, you got the best.

Review: Star Wars The Force Awakens

It’s the Jan Brady of Star Wars.

Review: Carol

The imperfect reality of a world aspiring for perfection.

Review: Creed

Retains the essence of a Rocky movie while forging ahead with a story that carves out a unique space in the well-worn series.

Review: Spectre

Makes a stunning case for why Bond still matters.

Review: Bridge of Spies

Graceful when it’s not being a ‘Spielberg film’.

Review: The Walk

As goofy in execution as Gordon-Levitt’s French accent.

Review: Sicario

Serviceable desolation.