I’ve given a lot of thought to whether or not I want to have kids someday. The key word being “someday.” So much of that experience interests me, but I find it hard to imagine a version of myself capable of handling it. I’m 24 years old. I have two wonderful, low maintenance cats. My… Continue reading Tully is a Candid and Humanizing Depiction of Motherhood
Paterson has many elements I love to find in a film: a commitment to exploring mundane, everyday life, and dry humor. Paterson has tremendously little plot. Jim Jarmusch’s previous film Only Lovers Left Alive is similarly plotless. The filmmaker clearly favors character over narrative. However where Only Lovers’ plotlessness is deliberately slow, Paterson proceeds at… Continue reading Paterson Is Okay With Being Okay
Andrea Arnold’s American Honey is bold, deliberate, and immersive. But does deserve its near 3 hour runtime?