Let Them All Talk Review

Steven Soderbergh has had quite a career as a director over the last three decades. He worked with dozens of the industry’s biggest stars. A few of them have even won Oscars and Emmys for their roles in his films. In Let Them Talk, he gets to work with one of the greatest actresses ever forContinue reading “Let Them All Talk Review”

The Prom Review

The musical genre has been one of the great hits over the decades, but lately, it has been one of the misses. Netflix has jumped into the musical genre with their latest film The Prom. The film is full of A-list stars and a message kids and adults alike can get behind this day and age.Continue reading “The Prom Review”

Nomadland Review

Chloe Zhao is a hot commodity in Hollywood these days, so much that she got offered to do a big-budget Marvel movie. But before she hit the big time directing an MCU film, she did low-budget indies, such as Songs My Brothers Taught Me and The Rider. Just like her previous films, Nomadland is a semi-documentary semi-narrative film. It hasContinue reading “Nomadland Review”

Mank Review

It has been widely said over the decades that Citizen Kane is the greatest film of all time. Rumors of its origins have been spreading around Hollywood and the country for decades. This story has been one that has been criticized because of its subject matter. If the rumors are true, then it makes sense. Mank is the storyContinue reading “Mank Review”

Ammonite Review

Francis Lee usually writes and directs character studies that focus on small people and small places. He takes these people and places and puts a microscope on them. Normally, nobody would care about the subject matter, but his deft hand brings out the character of said people and places. Ammonite is Francis Lee at hisContinue reading “Ammonite Review”

Uncle Frank Review

Alan Ball is primarily known for writing tv shows such as Six Feet Under, True Blood, and Here and Now, as well as the Academy Award-winning Best Picture from 1999, American Beauty. He has done some directing as well, mostly tv shows, but in 2007, his biggest film to date, Towel Head, came out. Uncle Frank is the first film he’s directedContinue reading “Uncle Frank Review”

Hillbilly Elegy Review

Ron Howard has directed all kinds of films in his 40-year directing career. He’s done biopics. He’s done period pieces. But this is the first time he’s directed a movie for a streaming service. Hillbilly Elegy is a combination of all of these things. This is quite different than everything he’s directed before.  J.D. Vance (played byContinue reading “Hillbilly Elegy Review”

One Night In Miami Review

Regina King has been having quite a great few years in her career rrcently. First, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in If Beale Street Could Talk in 2019. Just two months ago, she won an Emmy Award for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie for the HBO mini-series Watchmen.Continue reading “One Night In Miami Review”

Sound of Metal Review

Movies about musicians have been very prevalent over the years. Sometimes they are about real musicians, but more often they are about fictional musicians and or their loved ones. Writers have to find a hook that ties to the musician in question. In the case of Sound of Metal, the hook is a heavy metal drummerContinue reading “Sound of Metal Review”

I’m Your Woman Review

Julia Hart has directed a few movies before I’m Your Woman. Her previous work Fast Color, Mrs. Stevens, and Star Girl all focus on the teen experience in some form or other. These films are very different than her new film. Hart tends to write and direct projects about younger females, and this is about a woman and her baby.Continue reading “I’m Your Woman Review”