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.
Sometimes more visual stories are misconstrued as unintelligent because they demand much of the audience. But some of the best films are not the most explicit.
Asst. Arts Editor Jacob Schick discusses the feelings or thoughts connected to movies and rants on the nomenclature of sweet tea in this week’s I’m Just Sayin’
John Wick adds to his mythic stature in a film that challenges the violent feats of the first, as Wick is dragged back into the criminal underworld.
Relishing in the dismantlement of sexual propriety and exploring the realms of dominance and submission, ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ promises much and delivers.
‘A Cure for Wellness’ exceeds in the realms of the grotesque and unsightly, but will fail to garner anything more than a few visceral reaction from audiences.
People may see film as trivial, but to those who have established a rapport with the medium, it is apparent that film offers an important reflection into our own lives.