In “The Lost Girls,” legendary literary figure Peter Pan is used as an entry point to talk about generational trauma, mental illness, and feeling disconnected from reality.
Browsing: Mixed (Divisive)
Due to this movie having a few quirks, of which may work for some and for others be a problem, we believe your enjoyment of this movie will depend on your taste.
In this action-packed movie, a young princess (who isn’t given an actual name) takes her fate into her own hands, even if it means putting her kingdom at risk.
“First Love” tricks you by focusing almost equally on the male lead’s parents as they do on the advertised relationship.
What could work as a lovely coming-of-age film focused on a father/daughter relationship ends with a rather unnecessary twist.
“Good Girl Jane” overstays its welcome as it follows the downfall of a girl who falls in love with a dealer after suffering neglect and bullying.
Cherry is part coming of age, part abortion film, as its young lead contemplates the possibility of becoming a mom and the sacrifices that requires.
In a science experiment for graduate students, they are asked to trust the science, not their libidos, when finding their perfect partner.
What was supposed to be a fun sexual encounter with a little romance turns into an unwanted conversation about race.
While you can tell there should be a deeper story at play, “Wyrm” feels like it is missing the scenes/ details meant to bring you to tears.
Cronenberg’s latest is a body horror that seeks not to thrill but question the future state of humanity.