Movie Reviews

‘The Matrix’ and its Cinematic Legacy Hold Strong 20 Years Later

When Lana and Lilly Wachowski’s love letter to cyberpunk The Matrix hit cinemas in March…

On its 15th Birthday ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ is Still the Most Perfect Love Story

How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot The world forgetting by the world forgot The…

Review: ‘Someone Great’ Needs Something Greater

30-year old filmmaker Jennifer Kaytin Robinson makes her feature film debut in the Netflix rom-com…

On the 30th Anniversary of ‘Pet Sematary,’ Sometimes the Original is Better

Pet Sematary’s journey from Stephen King’s mind to book to screen was as arduous as…

‘Thriller’ is a Fun High-School Slasher Homage, With a Twist

Directed by Dallas Jackson, and co-written by Jackson and Ken Rance, Blumhouse’s new Netflix arrival…

Happy 20th Birthday to the Ever Iconic ’10 Things I Hate About You’

In Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew an independent, headstrong, and intelligent woman is gaslighted,…

Review: ‘Lizzie’ Puts a Sapphic Spin on the Borden Family Murders

Written by Bryce Cass and directed by Craig William Macneill, Lizzie puts a Sapphic spin…

30 Years On and ‘Field of Dreams’ Messages of Faith and Family Hold Strong

Phil Alden Robinson’s 1989 drama Field of Dreams explores issues of faith, family, and healing…

Review: Laika Studios’ ‘Missing Link’ is Visually Stimulating and Charming

Laika Studios’ Missing Link is visually stimulating and charming, yet at times the content is…

Review: ‘Little’ Gives a Fresh Perspective, But Needs More Gusto

Connecting to your inner child has always been viewed as a psychological practice to discover…