Freaks – You’re One of Us lays the groundwork for a potential superhero franchise, just on a smaller scale than what we often see.
Is “An Easy Girl” yet another coming of age film that is formulaic and lacks a standout feature? Read on to find out.
“Almost Love” is good enough to get you invested into the characters, but not to the point of pushing everyone you know to see it.
In this over two hour epic, you watch a young man play the long game in ways that will stun you and leave you thinking, “It can’t end like this?”
“Only” is a sci-fi drama, with a small cast, that is less about entertaining its audience and more about trying to use the sci-fi element for a bait and switch.
“Under the Riccione Sun” will remind you what many may miss thanks to COVID-19, but it gives you the chance to live vicariously.
While no film, no matter how many voices, can fully encompass what it means to be part of any community, “Disclosure” makes for an excellent entry point into trans history in media.
“365 Days” tries to make Stockholm syndrome sexy and ends up just making a big-budget soft-core porn.
If you like your horror slow churning, not reliant on gore, but still may not be the best to watch at night, “Our House” could do the trick.
How much you may enjoy this movie all depends on whether you like outrageous characters who don’t limit themselves for the comfort of others.