Guerrilla

John Ridley is an Oscar-winning screenwriter with an Achilles’ heel. When he made his directorial debut about Jimi Hendrix, he chose to orchestrate...

The Big Sick

It sounds impossible—too melodramatic, too crazy—but it’s true. Actor and writer Kumail Nanjiani fell in love with his then-girlfriend, now-wife, Emily V. Gordon,...

Paulina

On the Internet Movie Database, the plot synopsis for Argentinian drama "Paulina" is appropriately curt: "A young woman is raped by a gang." This...

The Great Gilly Hopkins

If you—or, more likely, someone you love, but I shouldn’t presume in any event—are in the market for an effective Young Adult tearjerker,...

Asura: The City of Madness

For fans of fictional cinematic locations that are rife with corruption and where absolutely no one is innocent—your Twin Peaks, your Sin City,...

Churchill

In the annals of historical biopics, Jonathan Teplitzsky’s “Churchill” stands out as a uniquely awful and tedious caricature of a fascinating subject. The...

Phantasm: Ravager

Supernatural horror cheapy "Phantasm: Ravager," the fourth (and hopefully last) sequel to Don Coscarelli's 1979 horror gem "Phantasm," is for established fans only. Sure,...

A Monster Calls

A lot of colleagues seem to have been under the impression—maybe because of the title combined with the fact that director J.A. Bayona...

Rules Don't Apply

"Rules Don't Apply" is the perfect title for Warren Beatty's first film as an actor since 2001's "Town and Country," and his first...

Amanda Knox

Netflix’s “Amanda Knox” opens with a gut check statement about this case that I hadn’t really considered. There are many reasons that this now-almost-decade-old case...
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