Hollywood Review

Sundance 2022: When You Finish Saving The World Is A Bitter And Brave Debut

They say personal is political, but perceptive movies like these interpret it as: love is the legislature of respect

After Life Season 3, On Netflix, Goes Gently Into That Good Night

It’s like watching an irreverent comedy confess that it was a coming-of-adage drama all along

Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth Is an Audacious Formal Experiment that Eschews Realism for Style

Denzel Washington and Frances Mcdormand star in this pared down and stark adaptation, streaming on Apple TV+

Recommendation: Never Rarely Sometimes Always, On BookMyShow Stream, Is A Quietly Powerful Portrait Of Female Friendship

The film feels observed rather than staged, a documentation of reality rather than its cinematic adaptation

Don’t Look Up On Netflix Review: Plays Out Like A Drama Without Conviction Or A Comedy Without A Payoff

Directed by Adam McKay, the film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Cate…

The Matrix Resurrections Is Fan-Fiction Masquerading As Franchise Canon

Mildly original but barely inspiring, the reboot proves that 'cover movies,' and unnecessary franchise rebirths are generally a bad idea

Spider-Man: No Way Home Is A Theatrical Experience For The Ages

Not since Avengers: Endgame has a superhero movie delivered both on fan expectations and great superhero storytelling

Spider-Man: No Way Home Is Exactly The Big Screen Tonic You Need

This film is fan service at its best because even us, casual lovers, can enjoy the ride

Old, On BookMyShow Stream, Is Far From Shyamalan’s Best

The film is quite scary in parts, though it’s far more concerned with being a moving meditation on family

Red Sea International Film Festival 2021: The Lost Daughter Is The Mother Of All Stories

Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut straddles the non-existent line between cautionary tale and coming-of-age drama

West Side Story Is A Dazzling, Euphoric Musical That Seamlessly Blends Style With Realism

West Side Story asks us to consider who is an outsider and what is home

Voir On Netflix Is Deeply Personal, And Often Insightful – But Is It Cinematic?

The only distinct stamp in Voir is that of being a Netflix product, shot and narrated in a certain way.