Dee Rees’ poignant film adaptation of Hillary Jordan’s 2008 debut novel Mudbound deals in hopes and dreams promised, unfulfilled, and broken.
It’s hard to remember that when Stranger Things premiered last year there was little publicity for it outside of a couple intriguing trailers.
Sean Knight chimes in with mini-reviews of some of the latest from Netflix and Hulu.
Mel Gibson’s controversial inclusion for Best Director signals that his work is still worth appreciating.
Netflix’s newest original series series is much greater than the sum of its parts.
Director Steven Spielberg’s first film flying under the Disney banner, The BFG, is very much the work of an aging filmmaker. That isn’t meant as an insult.
Game of Thrones returns tonight, more polarizing than ever. If you’re on the fence, here’s why you should stick with it.
House of Cards’s fourth season may be as binge-watchable as ever, but missed opportunities and oddly toothless plot developments make it also the most disappointing. [Spoilers ahoy!]
2015 proved to be an interesting year for film. A lot of prestige projects by renowned directors disappointed, or came in under expectations making them much easier to admire for their ambitions if not their execution.
Director Justin Kurzel’s new take on Shakespeare’s infamous “Scottish Play”, as it is referred to by those with a more superstitious mindset, is a deeply cinematic piece of work.