Orson Welles last film The Other Side of the Wind (on Netflix) reconstituted from footage and assembled by a master team of film editors, directors and Welles scholars, establishes some lofty goals, mainly how to have both a serious film …
Apostle makes you accept or reject its essential contradictions. Accepting it will lead one to discovering one of the better horror films of the year, while rejecting it will make one think it is a mess.
Hold the Dark is a difficult film to understand and watch because it attempts to explain what the rational mind can only see and understand as evil and motiveless.
At its heart, The After Party is a clever hybrid of Martin Scorsese’s After Hours and Hal Ashly’s the last detail, two films about finding identity and true friendship in the distractions of life.
Flavors of Youth points out how memory is essential to all identity. How it is the source of all art and creativity.
To All the Boys I Loved Before (based on the semi autobiographical novel by Jenny Han) creates lead characters with unusual depth for the genre.
The Package knows that all teen comedies are about overcoming and being comfortable with the dick.