It’s hard to pinpoint just when exactly I realized how much I really loved Under the Silver Lake, David Robert Mitchell’s follow-up to It Follows. Ranked with a roughly split 50% or so score on Rotten Tomatoes, its divisive nature is easy to understand just as its genre classification is easy to confuse. A neo-noir […]
You can’t make a tragedy without having had a laugh or two and you can’t appreciate the funny without getting through the sad.
Oh, the trials and tribulations in bringing the story of Don Quixote to the big screen. Orson Welles tried for decades, lamenting that he’d just finish it on his own time. His adaptation would go through different leading men and shifts in setting, supposedly even… to the moon itself? Truth can be stranger than fiction, […]
Elsa Bres accomplishes with Love Canal what filmmakers of old and of today dream of – texture.
Grass is Greener, hosted and directed by musician Fab 5 Freddy, pulls us into the cultural importance weed has played in our country.
Endgame is big-picture-minded with its eyes on both the individual and the collective story and character arcs.
Boiling things down, the “bricks” of New Orleans were formed and put into place by a community that has been under attack in America for hundreds of years.
“Tomorrow Never Knows” tells the story of Shar Jones, a transgender person faced with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease, and the choice he and his wife faced.
As a child of 1985 but a kid of the ’90s, I was (un?)fortunately born into a pop-culture hellscape of Americana that bled from millennium to millennium. Another one thousand years since the “start date” of recorded history, and we kick-off 2000 with No Doubt performing “It’s the End of the World as We Know […]
About a half hour into Gnarleans, a musical sequence comes alive that fully defines the kind of freedom sought by modern-day New Orleanian youth.
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