Movie Reviews

Review: ‘Elvis’ Dazzles As A Tragic Look In Fame As Validation 

Written By: Diandra Reviews Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis is an enamoring visual spectacle of a surprisingly…

Review: ‘The Black Phone’ Keeps You on the Edge of Your Seat

Blumhouse makes some of my favorite movies to watch with my siblings because we love…

Review: ‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’ Brings Back the Simple Charms of Romance in the 18th Century

It is a truth universally acknowledged that I have a weakness for period piece films,…

Review: ‘Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes’: A Fascinating Look at Governmental Mendacity 

“In the Soviet Union the relationship with the truth was complicated.”  This is the opening…

Review: There’s an Echoing Theme Throughout the Anime ‘Fruits Basket: Prelude’

Written By: April Prince There’s an echoing theme throughout the anime Fruits Basket, one of…

Tribeca 2022 Review: ‘Butterfly in the Sky’ Transports Fans Back to Childhood

The highly anticipated documentary Butterfly in the Sky opens on a shot of present day…

Review: ‘Stay Prayed Up’ Shares the Gospel

The new documentary by Spiritual Helpline, Stay Prayed Up, follows gospel sensations the Branchettes as…

Review: ‘Jerry & Marge Go Large’ Appreciates Puff

I’m going to try to give this film a good review, because to not do…

Cult Classics: Try Not Quoting ‘Mean Girls’ After This

Mean Girls is, and was, a 5/5 — anyone who doesn’t think so is dumb,…

Tribeca 2022 Review: ‘The Beauty of Blackness’ Fashion Fair Documentary Embraces Getting a Seat at the Table

The Beauty of Blackness is a lovely reclamation of the divine elegance, style, and power…