‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ looks to characterize the woes of the sole female smurf; Smurfette. Emboldened in a quest for self-realization, Smurfette embarks on a battle of wills in epic fashion.
After a scientist proves the existence of an afterlife, life and death are never quite the same in this fascinating sci-fi tale.
‘Most Hated Woman in America’ explores in depth, a woman often reduced to a paragraph in the history books, but the film fails to garner up any meaningful analysis on the universal messiness of people.
‘The Sense of an Ending’ is a decent movie, but doesn’t make any attempts to ingratiate itself to a wider audience or make up for its agedness.
‘The Mexican Suitcase’ powerfully reveals stories of war photography and the lasting impact of civil war on future generations.
Often times in cinema, people will walk out of a movie with completely different perspectives on the events that unfolded. The relation to sex and perception of an individual film is a fascinating one.
Returning to the Scottish highlands, ‘T2’ finds the crew back at it again with antics and mischief that may end up catching up to them as time trudges forward.
Creating a film that operates more as a portrait than a linear sequence of events, ‘Song to Song’ is a compelling plot of love and life for the ages.
Though ‘Life’ does make audiences think about the larger implication of life beyond earth, it does suffer from some derivative horror tropes that one can see even from space.
Finally, after close to two decades Chappelle fans can subsist on more than recycled material as the comedy legend releases two specials on Netflix.