Movie Reviews

Review: Celebrate Pride Month with the Documentary ‘Southern Pride’

In a time when the United States is divided by cultural, political, and social disagreement,…

Review: ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Tells Us Old Friendships Never Die

You’ve seen one rom-com, you’ve seen it all, but yet there is something a little…

Review: ‘Lil’ Buck: Real Swan’ Brings Memphis Jookin with a Ballet Twist to the World Stage

Since he was a little boy copying his sister’s moves and improving on them, Charles…

Review: ‘MA’ At Its Core Is A Story About Rejection

The Universal Pictures/Blumhouse horror film Ma brings out the worst of humanity in this sordid…

Review: ‘Rim Of The World’ Uses the Nostalgia of 80s Sci-Fi in this Ensemble Adventure

The moment I saw the character poster for the Netflix series Rim of the World,…

Review: Will Smith Gets It Right as Genie in ‘Aladdin’

As my good friend (wishful thinking) Will Smith says, “Disney magic is real.” It’s a…

Review: Try Your Best to Keep Up with the Plot Twists in ‘The Perfection’

Get ready for one wild ride, the Richard Shepard film The Perfection will keep you…

On its 30th Birthday ‘Teen Witch’ Remains a Fun Journey Through Archetypes. Top that.

It’s been 30 years of Teen Witch, a film so terribly and unironically campy it…

Review: ‘See You Yesterday’ Showcases the Potential of Teenage Science Prodigies

Stefon Bristol’s See You Yesterday is a creative sci-fi drama that highlights the positive aspects…

Review: ‘Instant Dreams’ Pays Homage to Polaroid Film

At some point in your life, you’ve may have owned or used a Polaroid camera.…