While “The Never List” deserves props for not making sex the key to its lead coming of age, it barely presents anything beyond wasted potential.
Browsing: Not Rated
“A Long Time Coming” explores the complexities of Asian Americans and an older generation’s perspective on the Black Lives Matter protests.
The Owners is strange in so many ways, but not enough to scare you, creep you out, or be notable.
I want you to imagine a documentary in which the subject goes out of their way to go against everything agreed upon and is hellbent on chaos. That’s DTF.
All Roads to Pearla has all the ingredients necessary to have some element of shock to it, but they just don’t come together as you need them to.
The Spring We Never Had is classic Wong Fu which gets you so emotionally invested that when things don’t head towards the ideal, you will yell at your screen.
While Skin: A History of Nudity In The Movies is informative, it’s utter lack of perspective for people of color, beyond Pam Grier, is a HUGE oversight.
You’ll either weirdly find Spree funny, disgusting, or something which might make you paranoid about ever using a ridesharing app ever again.
While “The Tax Collector” may give you your fix if you’re looking for a violent movie, it doesn’t have much else to offer.
While Jenny Slate’s character finds herself a pleasant and relatable wakeup call, all that happens around her may lead to a raised eyebrow or indifference.