That mother! is a Biblical allegory is beyond obvious to anyone who paid attention in Sunday school for five minutes.
Ryan W. Bradley squirms through a film about a man like he was, not long ago: undiagnosed, violent, and about to hit bottom.
The movie could be described as anti-war. Who, though, were the filmmakers trying to convince not to fight?
I probably liked Dunkirk for the very reasons you didn’t.
See it twice.
Carol Bluestein thanks Nina Simone for her talent and time.
Peter Quill, Ego, God and the Son of Man. A Way Out movie review.
The Beast did clean-up nicely after being kissed. Too bad it was too little, too late.
A film addressing meth and sex in the Latinx community
Horror novelist Michael Rowe writes about his relationship to the film that best defines the glorious, ghostly nostalgia of his Halloween season.
This is a must-see.
Looking for a show about stoners in their 40s with a Portlandia-esque obsession with sex? Look no further…
When men feel that being vulnerable with other men is a worthwhile risk they will begin to experience themselves as “real.” Not “real men.” But real people.
While it plays off of farcical stereotypes the characters are actually fresh and the film is just as thought-provoking as it is hilarious.
Sean Ackerman and his two daughters rate this blend of fantasy, action, and romance.
Alex Yarde shares his thoughts after seeing Batman v Superman.