Between seemingly exploiting its lead having Asperger’s to an uninspiring mystery, “The Night Clerk” struggles.
Films that either received a limited release or are released digitally, but not as part of a major streaming distributor.
In this coming of age tale, everything is about that one chance to make it and if things don’t come together, the worst happening.
While “The Assistant” may seem like it wants to play upon the multiple #MeToo scandals, it sidesteps sensationalism in its approach.
In a film fit for Valentine’s Day, “What Love Looks Like” brings us the beauty of love as it begins and the mourning period when it is at its end.
“My Hindu Friend” dances around the viewer’s expectations by creating a sexual, emotional, and sometimes utterly weird tale based on Héctor Babenco final year of life.
“Ana” is a cute movie that further proves Dafne Keen, of “Logan” and “His Dark Materials” fame, is likely to be first billing for decades to come.
Cherry Tobacco pursues the rarely trodden path of having a young woman and older man with feelings for each other, without feeling exploitative.
Teslafy Me explores the life of one of the 20th Century’s greatest inventors, and a forgotten genius – partly thanks to Thomas Edison.
Twisted Ambitions reminds you a college education doesn’t keep you from being an idiot or manipulated.
Slapped! The Movie is ridiculous in ways where, if you fit the demographic it is going for, you will swear…