Aubrey Plaza reminds of her versatility as she takes on a woman desperate to make money and avoid being exploited.
Browsing: Sundance Film Festival
What starts off as a comical mockumentary about a megachurch trying to make a comeback becomes a film that struggles to shift to a serious tone as it addresses what led to the downfall.
In depicting the awkwardness of coming out and exploring in your 30s, in this generation, Am I Ok? brings you a coming-out story far different than what we’re usually given.
In this cautionary tale, we watch as a grown-ass man seduces a young girl who still has -teen in her age.
One nationally seen moment threatens to derail a family, but between an opportunistic brother and eccentric babysitter, maybe there is hope?
God’s Country is a reminder that, when in doubt, speak softly but carry something that puts an emphasis on your words.
Happening, in its almost raw portrayal of what it was like to get an abortion outside of a medical office, is a clinch-worthy reminder of what life for women used to be in some places, and still is in others.
The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future boils down to toxic family relationships that need to be acknowledged, addressed, and corrected, or else that toxicity will kill more than just family members.
Fresh is the kind of film which will make you double back on its description for you clearly weren’t paying attention when reading its synopsis.
Maika is probably one of the most entertaining sci-fi action films, aimed at kids, I have either ever seen.