• Coda (Review)

    Coda is a prime example of how taking the coming-of-age trope and pairing it with a family setting not everyone understands can be a beautiful and hilarious tale. Coda tells the story of Ruby Rossi (Emilia Jones), an aspiring […]

    Oct 15, 2021
    Joseph Morganti
  • The Suicide Squad (2021) (Review)

    With the horrendous and exceptionally disappointing film in Suicide Squad from 2016, who would’ve guessed a sequel (reboot?) five years later would be as good as it is. At the leadership of James Gunn and an ensemble crew to […]

    Sep 17, 2021
    Joseph Morganti
  • The Green Knight (Review)

    After the success of A Ghost Story in 2017 and The Old Man & the Gun in 2018, David Lowery has delivered a remarkable and genuinely innovative medieval fantasy in The Green Knight that’ll be analyzed for years to […]

    Aug 19, 2021
    Joseph Morganti
  • Another Round (Druk) (Review)

    Another Round (Druk) was written and directed by Thomas Vinterberg, the man behind The Hunt – one of my all-time favourite films. It recently won an Oscar for the Best International Feature of last year, a feat surprisingly not […]

    May 12, 2021
    Julian A. Leu
  • Forgotten (기억의 밤) (Review)

    I am always quite happy whenever Netflix takes a couple of year old films that I would have never stumbled upon otherwise, and adds them to their interminable streaming collection. This is how I managed to choose Forgotten as […]

    Apr 1, 2021
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Call (콜) (Review)

    The Call (콜) is a 2020 South Korean film somewhat based upon a British film from 2011 named The Caller. How much in terms of plot they have in common, I couldn’t exactly tell you. What I can tell […]

    Feb 15, 2021
    Julian A. Leu
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