★★★ Watched 17 Oct, 2020
I simply do not understand why Aaron Sorkin still seems unable to stop recycling his own dialogue.
★★★ Watched 17 Sep, 2020
Its undeniable charm and playful whimsy are not quite enough to sell me on this all too simplistically condensed adaptation of Dickens' classic novel.
★★★ Watched 16 Sep, 2020
Its narrative is overly on-the-nose, but simply watching Catherine Deneuve do her thing goes a long way toward making La Vérité worthwhile.
★★★ Watched 12 Jul, 2020
Mucho Mucho Amor is a surprisingly ordinary documentary considering its most extraordinary subject.
★★★ Watched 04 Jul, 2020
Its supporting cast knocks it out of the park, picking up the slack for the all too limited acting abilities of Pete Davidson.
★★★ Watched 21 Jun, 2020
Just about everything that works about The Lovebirds is a direct result of the on-screen chemistry its lead pair shares.
★★★ Watched 18 Jun, 2020
The High Note is equal parts enjoyable and forgettable, Tracee Ellis Ross' pitch-perfect performance excepted.
★★★ Watched 14 Jun, 2020
It is the irrepressible energy of Dr. Ruth that breathes much-needed life into this otherwise somewhat tepid documentary.
★★★ Watched 13 Jun, 2020
Braqueurs does exactly what it says on the tin, and it does so rather well.
Hitchcock’s atmospheric silent film is heavy on style, but surprisingly light on proper suspense.
★★★ Watched 12 Jun, 2020
Spike Lee foregoes all subtlety with Da 5 Bloods, and the end result is overly long, all too messy yet somehow still quite good.
★★★ Watched 01 Jun, 2020
With so many important stories to tell during its limited running time, the life of the legendary Marsha P. Johnson really does not get the attention it deserves.