Netflix’s new movie, ‘I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore’ is violent, dark, and speaks of a distinctly human truth.
Nic Cage is familiar with critics, but why has his name become synonymous with bad acting? He never backs down from a challenge and that is something to be admired.
‘Get Out’ doesn’t deliver on its promise of a more horrifying version of ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner’
‘Logan,’ starring Hugh Jackman, is an action-packed superhero film full of heart that focuses on crafting a great movie, rather than creating a mediocre series.
When award ceremonies become overly politicized, artists risk jeopardizing interest in the arts as even recreational aspects of life become polarizing and arduous.
This first time effort by director Richie Keen and leading man Charlie Day is a misstep into the realms of film as ‘Fist Fight’ lack depth in character or content.
Bob Odenkirk trades in his witty, snarky attitude for a more pensive side in Girlfriend’s Day. The premise of film may seem unique and interesting but the plot fails to win watchers over.
Assoc. Arts Editor Jacob Schick explores his cinematic lineage in this week’s I’m Just Sayin’
‘A United Kingdom’ contains a very interesting and compelling story, but it lacks pacing and the drive to entertain audiences.
Full of dark humor, ‘David Brent: Life On The Road’ is comprised of a slew of self-deprecation, failure, and sadness.