Liza Johnson's "Hateship Loveship", which is based on a short story by acclaimed writer Alice Munro, is an "odd" movie. I don't mean odd as in weird like "Enemy" or "Under the Skin". I just mean odd as in it just kinda "exists", you know? It lays there, not doing much of anything, which is perfectly fine in this case since I'm not sure what Johnson's aspirations for this movie are.
Johnson previously directed "Return", another low-key drama with a…
If you want to see "Broad City" breakout star Ilana Glazer in a more serious role, then check out Chioke Nassor's rom-com with a melancholic streak, "How to Follow Strangers".
A film about life, death, love and second chances, yes the film is a bit of a Debbie Downer at times but it's also surprisingly hopeful and uplifting as we follow Ellie (Glazer), a young divorced woman unhappy with her demeaning job who begins to spot Casey, an equally depressed…
I second everything Corey "Goon" Pierce said even though I liked it more than he did. Listen, this movie has been overhyped and overrated like crazy. This is not revolutionary, "game changing" filmmaking, it's just a pretty darn solid popcorn horror-comedy with good performances from Whitford, Jenkins and Fran Kranz as well as some cool cameos (although Jodelle Ferland is wasted which should be punishable by law!) I won't spoil the last half hour but the effects were terrible in…