Next Goal Wins

It keeps kicking and dreaming of being a better movie. Taika Waititi’s latest film “Next Goal Win” is based on the American Samoa national team, who have been labeled the worst soccer team in the world. This team has lost… Read More ›


A wickedly funny and shocking summer to remember. Fresh off her Oscar-winning success with “Promising Young Woman,” Emerald Fennell is back with another dark comedy called “Saltburn.” It’s one that leaves us with many questions and many thoughts. It pertains… Read More ›

May December

Meet the lady who slept with a teenager, and the actress set to play her. I didn’t know what to expect before I watched “May December.” I knew it was directed by Todd Haynes and his two leads are Natalie… Read More ›


A solid biopic that uses its words for freedom wisely. Colman Domingo stars as civil rights activist Bayard Rustin in the new Netflix biography “Rustin, which has its flaws but still enough courage to lead on. It pertains to how… Read More ›

The Persian Version

This cute Iranian-American comedy gets deported by its many plot elements. “The Persian Version” has the right to represent its Iranian culture to an American audience, especially when it’s narrative and young heroine explain how their values work. It chooses… Read More ›


Sofia Coppola’s Burning Love letter to the King’s mistreated young wife. The year is 1959. We meet young Priscilla in a diner outside her father’s base in Bad Nauheim, Germany, where a solider offers her a trip to his good… Read More ›

Pain Hustlers

This ambitious opioid money game ODs on cliches and weak script. A decade ago, we got “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which knew how to swindle people of their money, so Jordan Belfort can use it for drugs, sex, and… Read More ›

The Holdovers

A sincere and funny “Sideways” reunion that’s more than meets the eye. Less than 20 years after collaborating on one of the most original and delicious comedies “Sideways,” director Alexander Payne and Paul Giamatti are back together for “The Holdovers.”… Read More ›

Anatomy of a Fall

Accident or murder? This profound movie must figure that out. The death of a loved one is heartbreaking beyond measure, especially if it has to be a painful one. It regards a struggling writer named Samuel (Samuel Theis), who has… Read More ›

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