Andrew Dominik’s fictionalized account of Marilyn Monroe’s life and death is worse than appalling: it is reductive and pointless. Continue reading What is the Point of Netflix’s ‘Blonde’?
Nicholas Stoller and Billy Eichner gleefully push the rom-com’s limits to authentically reflect the dimensions of queer life and love. Continue reading The Hilarious and Raunchy Queer Rom-Com ‘Bros’ Breaks New Ground
With the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival wrapped and the awards season underway, these selections burned bright and flamed out. Continue reading TIFF 2022 Recap: Which Films Have a Shot at the Oscars?
Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical film is the clearest expression of his ethos that film shows us who we are and what we need. Continue reading TIFF 2022: ‘The Fabelmans’ is a Stunning, Intimate Look into Steven Spielberg’s Psyche
Viola Davis leads one of the year’s best films, a blistering and heartfelt celebration of Black sisterhood and resilience. Continue reading ‘The Woman King’ is a Staggering, Epic Triumph
Amidst the hotter, buzzier titles coming out of Toronto, don’t let these compelling films slip off your TIFF radar. Continue reading TIFF 2022 Preview: Promising Films to Keep on Your Radar
The National Geographic documentary tells the story of a people who are trying to save themselves and the world. Continue reading ‘The Territory’ is a Vital Story of Indigenous Resilience and Resistance