Movie Reviews

Why Denzel Washington’s ‘Fallen’ Remains a Criminally Underrated Classic

Denzel Washington is known for his acting range and his ability to morph into his…

Review: ‘Fear’ Is a Haunted Hotel Pandemic Horror Story Riddled with Clichés

Writer-director Deon Taylor (Traffik) kicks off 2023 with his psychological horror film set during a…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘Stephen Curry: Underrated’ Highlights Curry’s Career as the Underdog

Sports documentaries within the last few years have grown to be quite popular. In fact, basketball…

Sundance 2023 Review: Director Raine Allen-Miller Delivers an Impressive Feature Debut With ‘Rye Lane’

If you were to ask me to say what I thought of the Searchlight Pictures…

Review: ‘Teen Wolf’ Delivers a Spec Script Within an Alternative Universe

While watching Teen Wolf: The Movie, I found myself asking the question: Who is this…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘Mami Wata’ Is a Thrilling Tale of Revenge and Spirituality

Writer-director CJ ‘Fiery’ Obasi (Ojuju) makes Sundance history this year as the first Nigerian-based filmmaker…

Sundance 2023 Review: Adura Onashile’s ‘Girl’ Explores Trauma and Mother-Daughter Relationships

Writer-director Adura Onashile makes her feature directorial debut at this year’s Sundance Film Festival with…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘Young. Wild. Free.’ Is a Journey of Living Dangerously in Love

Brandon (Algee Smith) is having a hard time with adolescence. His single mother Janice (Sanaa…

Sundance 2023 Review: Danny and Michael Philippou’s ‘Talk to Me’ Explores the Consequences of a Supernatural High

Twin brothers Danny and Michael Philippou make the leap from their popular YouTube channel RackaRacka…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘Kokomo City’ Is Transcendent Genius

Experiencing  Kokomo City is like sitting at the kitchen table listening to everything your upstanding…