Movie Reviews

Homeroom

Sundance 2021 Review: ‘Homeroom’

Written By: Madelyn Gee 2020 has proven to be the year that constantly surprised the…

On The Count of Three

Sundance 2021 Review: ‘On the Count of Three’

The logline for the film On the Count of Three is pretty succinct: Two guns.…

Summer of Soul

Sundance 2021 Review: ‘Summer of Soul (…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)’

So many things happened in the summer of 1969. Nixon pulled troops out of Vietnam,…

Netflix’s ‘The White Tiger,’ Eat the Rich

Netflix’s The White Tiger is a rags-to-riches cautionary tale for our times. The film, based…

The Lil Voice

‘The Lil Voice’: An Indie Film with a Classic Black Love Story

Written By: Alisha Netis If the prison system were abolished, how would criminal or even…

La Vie Magnifique de Charlie

‘La Vie Magnifique de Charlie’: Loving Ourselves Is How We Love Our Loved Ones

From heartache, to heart warmth, to an original song that will live rent free in…

‘Wonder Woman 1984’: A Mediocre Sequel To an Incredible Franchise

Written by : Jabria Taylor  Wonder Woman 1984 takes place in the 80’s where everything…

Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Needs Just a Little Bit More Soul

You know that feeling you get when you really want to like something, but when…

‘Wander Darkly’: A Wake-up Call

Written by Jabria Taylor  A devastating car accident leaves a couple Adrienne (Sienna Miller) and…

Sylvie's Love

What’s Good and What’s Not So Good about ‘Sylvie’s Love’

At 110 minutes, in vibrant color with beautiful sets and pretty period clothes, the romantic…