Drew has written 3 reviews for films rated ★★½ during 2017.

  • The Last Man on Earth

    The Last Man on Earth


    Women hunting down Nice Guys and auctioning them off to the highest bidder—this is the future feminist ancaps want. You can stop this. Nationalize all men.

    That said, I do wish the film had steered its premise toward a more coherent allegory instead of repeating the same joke about how women be applying makeup.

  • Rat Film

    Rat Film


    There's a lot to chew on when it comes to Baltimore's racial and economic history, and Rat Film gives the best illustration of redlining and its ongoing impact. I was already pretty familiar with this part of it already, so I didn't get much out of it.

    It seems like past that, Anthony branches out in several directions and it all starts getting away from him a bit. A few scenes don't appear to have much connection at all (the…

  • mother!



    On the surface it's a tense thriller about a woman struggling to assert herself in the presence of her husband, but if you look closely it's also a collection of poorly constructed allegories pandering to the worst aspects of Internet cinephilia.