Naomie Harris stars in Black and Blue; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
Andrea Berloff writes and directs The Kitchen, starring Elisabeth Moss, Melissa McCarthy, and Tiffany Haddish; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
Megan Griffiths directs troubled-teen drama Sadie; Polly Draper directs romantic comedy Stella’s Last Weekend; more…
Evangeline Lilly is a tiny superhero; Lex Scott Davis protests the Purge; Laura Collado, Erica Xia-Hou, and Morgen Culver write stories about men; more…
Lex Scott Davis protests the Purge, Elle Fanning invents science fiction, Whitney Houston is eulogized in documentary form, and more…
This shrewd sci-fi horror franchise is as sharp as ever as it reaches yet further down into the unpleasant flipside of the American myth. A rare prequel that doesn’t feel superfluous.
Thoroughly charming. Spider-Man’s signature light comedy works surprisingly well even as this story is uniquely steeped in the darker Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Glossy Hollywood automatons sleepwalk through family dynamics full of forced quirkiness, excruciating cuteness, and phony emotion. Absolutely cringeworthy.
A taste of what you’re in for: Completely random “humorous” ethnic stereotyping. Crotch injury as comedic. The questioning of the masculinity of a man who is kind and gentle. Children’s toilet habits held up for ridicule.
Damn, I’m probably gonna love this movie and be massively depressed by it at the same time.