Chris tries to cover his feeling towards ten years of movies in under 2000 words! Wowza!
I arrived at the theater alone, bought my ticket, and took my seat. Nitehawk Cinema, the Prospect Park location, is the kind of theater that serves food and drinks and the chairs are set up in pairs, each pair sharing a mini table. I usually see movies alone, so this wasn’t the first time the… Continue reading Marriage Story is a Glorious and Candid Tribute to Love
The season of award-hungry film releases has begun. A time when studios release movies they suspect will appeal to… whoever votes on major film awards. This, in theory, means the movies breaking through to the cineplex are better and more interesting than those released for the broader public the rest of the year. However some… Continue reading Three Billboards Hits the Nail on the Nose with a Molotov Cocktail
Friend Tessa Duke discusses The Big Short and Adam McKay’s approach to an economic crisis film.
Blue Jay’s specificity makes for an intimate and relatable romantic drama.