Editor’s note: Our “Double Exposure” reviews pit two or more critics against one another on the same film to hash out their differences in opinion. Agree with what we have to say or want to offer your own take? Leave it in the comments below. The Rundown Josef Rodriguez Final Rating: 7.5 out of 10 Bottom […]
Editor’s note: Our “Double Exposure” reviews pit two or more critics against one another on the same film to hash out their differences in opinion. Agree with what we have to say or want to offer your own take? Leave it in the comments below. The Rundown Taylor Sinople Final Rating: 7 out of 10 Bottom […]
Three hung-over, disgruntled men walk out slowly into the bright sunlight from inside a grimy small-town police station. One dressed in leather pants and another in a fringed jacket with a crumpled blue necktie walk to their motorcycles. The other, a young lawyer dressed in a wrinkled, white summer suit, takes a swig from a […]
7. Drive Angry (2011) – Directed by Patrick Lussier The Nicolas Cage-led “Drive Angry” may seem like a curveball, but director Patrick Lussier’s affection for B-movie jocularity gives the film a quality that many viewers may have overlooked. At it’s core, “Drive Angry” is explicitly ridiculous. The film follows John Milton (yes, that’s right—this film […]
Editor’s Note: “Seven Year Itch” is a series of retrospective essays that look at films released seven years ago to the month. How does a Hollywood blockbuster from seven years ago work today? Which films have picked up an underground following since? Of special consideration is how the films have held up culturally, technologically, and critically. We see two […]
“Bears” is a fun little film about a family of bears living out bear lives and doing bear things in the Alaskan wilderness. While the film occasionally tries to pretend it has a plot or some story beyond the bears, it has no actual story, instead providing the viewer with an hour of footage of […]
Whilst its simplistic and formulaic narrative still has one or two twists and turns to keep the audience on their toes, "The Keeper of Lost Causes" is a grim and compelling watch that likely won't live for long in our memories.