Movie Reviews

Cult Classics: ‘Species’ is a Top-Tier Low-Quality Film

Somewhere in 1995’s Species is a thought-provoking sci-fi film. Somewhere within it, there is a…

‘Look at Me’ is a Fascinating Look at a Controversial Figure

At what point can we say someone is deserving of death? At what age do…

Review: ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Takes the Military Genre to New Heights With Little Substance

I don’t know who asked for a sequel more than thirty years later, but Top…

In Defense of Racebending ‘Cloud Atlas’ on Its 10th Anniversary

On its 10th anniversary, Cloud Atlas is humanism at its most poignant, and a manifesto in its own right about the power of love to change the world one soul at a time. 

Review: ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Has Cast Its Dark Spell On Us All

As with other Disney Marvel films, in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, loyalties…

Cult Classics: The Hilarious, Muddled Politics of ‘Undercover Brother’

Oh, thank goodness. Thank goodness I got to re-watch a film that has attained a…

Cult Classics: ‘Con Air’ is Straight-boy Camp

Here’s the thing about reviewing Con Air: it’s impossible to define it in terms of…

Review: ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Takes You on a Joyful Ride Back in Time

Those nine golden notes of the Downton Abbey theme song are iconic and will hold…

Review: ‘9 Bullets’ is a Movie Made Up of a Lot of Misshaped Pieces

As the production credits begin the film, we see a logo for “Chicken Soup for…

Review: ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ is an Unbelievably Great Time!

From Being John Malkovich to Steve Coogan in The Trip and literally anything starring Jeff…