Movie Reviews

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…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘Milisuthando’ a Mesmerizing Unpacking of  Race as a Social Construct

Milisuthando is a mesmerizing examination of segregation, integration, and African spirituality from the perspective of…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project’ Is Simply Majestic

Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project is a journey through the mind of brilliance.…

Sundance 2023 Review: ‘To Live and Die and Live’ Profiles a Struggling Filmmaker Drinking His Sorrows Away

Filmmaker Qasim Basir is no stranger to Sundance. In January 2018, his film A Boy. A…

Cult-Classics: ‘Gang Related,’ Like 2Pac, Deserved a Better Ending

Well, folks, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that there…

‘The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie’: Comfort Food in an Anime

Written by: April Prince Harem anime is a big part of the anime experience. From…

Review: Clive and Whitney’s Relationship Is Unveiled in ‘Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody’

The biopic Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody tells the story of the iconic…

Cult Classics: Revisiting ‘Batman Returns’, Tim Burton’s Anti-Christmas Christmas Movie

This past summer marked the 30th anniversary of 1992 follow-up Batman Returns from Tim Burton…