Movie Reviews

John Lewis: Good Trouble Review

‘Good Trouble: Takes a Deep Dive into the Life of Civil Rights Icon John Lewis

Historically, humans have been notorious for dispensing honors to individuals who have transitioned on. Flowers,…

Review ‘The Accompanist’: Being Gay Is Not a Storyline

It is rare to see a film with a plot as mystifying as The Accompanist.…

7500

Everything Unfolds from the Cockpit in ‘7500’

With the onslaught of shows to stream and binge, it’s nice to have a film…

Miss Juneteenth

‘Miss Juneteenth’ Is a Beautiful and Rewarding Pageant Story

Juneteenth this year will be an important day for Black Americans across the nation as…

Seven White Devilry

On Its 25th Birthday, ‘Seven’ Shatters White Devilry Tropes

In David Fincher’s neo-noir horror Seven, William Somerset (Morgan Freeman) is a veteran detective in…

Pulse

‘Pulse’ Presents a Disturbing Portrayal of Femaleness

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience being the opposite sex?…

Artemis Fowl

Escape For While Into the Criminal Mastermind that is ‘Artemis Fowl’

Giant dwarves, evil fairies, heroic fairies, and a criminal mastermind by the name of Artemis…

The Goonies

For 35 Years ‘The Goonies’ has Warned Capitalist Greed Harms Children

[dropcaps type=’square’ font_size=’60’ color=’#ff00f7′ background_color=’#1a1818′ border_color=”]T[/dropcaps]his 1985 classic is far more than just a fun…

Out

Pixar’s Short Film ‘Out’: An Unexpected Gay Story We Needed

The new Pixar animated short film Out is a magnificent work of color and narrative.…

Fight Club

Lost Girls vs. Lost Boys: The Case for ‘Fight Club’ on Its 21st Birthday

“People are always asking me, did I know Tyler Durden,” the Narrator (Edward Norton) says…