Editor’s Note: I know I’m super late with top ten lists this year, but life (and COVID) got in the way. Still, I wanted the team to get their top movies of 2022 out there so hey, better late than never right?
You expect food to be the central focus of A Taste of Hunger, given the title and the fact that the film centers on a chef named Carsten (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). What’s unexpected is the references to food and cooking that exist outside
Kicking things off with our annual top 10 lists is Amanda-Marie! If you haven’t yet, be sure to listen to this week’s podcast where we discuss more about the best films of the year and stay tuned for the
The atmosphere of South of Heaven feels like an action movie shoved inside a drama with a love story and a life-threatening-disease crisis sprinkled on top, yet even its charming leads can’t dig their way out of this one.
Most of us have forgotten where our keys are. Whether it’s our car keys or house/apartment keys, it’s happened to all of us. And if it’s not your keys, it’s your wallet; and if it’s not your wallet, it’s your ID. That’s
The universe of The Right One exists in a fantasy world, steeped in a fog of a mental health disorder that only gets thicker as it progresses. At first Godfrey (Nick Thune), known as G Money by his coworkers, appears eccentric. He’s
We begin our individual year-end top 10 lists with Amanda-Marie, who marks the start of what will undoubtedly be our most diverse set of top 10s yet, given the state of things in 2020. Click here to check
Echo Boomers, directed and co-written by Seth Savoy, is positioned as “a true story if you believe in such things” and is told through the narrative lense of Lance Zutterland (Patrick Schwarzenegger) and others who were involved in a series of home
To invest in The Vast of Night is to wait, eagerly, for a twist and to decide not only what it means for the characters, but also what it means more broadly because maybe there’s a valuable lesson that will help us all if only we can find it.