It may be almost as messy as the trucks heading back from the Yacht Club, but movies like this are a gateway into the nooks and crannies of our country and serve as a sociological time capsule of this time and place.
Seven Stages is a film with a great idea on paper that never truly comes to fruition, which starts off silly and intriguing but slowly rolls off the tracks before getting completely lost by the end. It definitely has more than a few laughs, but don’t expect to achieve enlightenment with this one.
In the continuing onslaught of cancellations and postponements, the film world took another hit today when it was announced that this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in NYC will be postponed until further notice. The fest was set to take place from April
Appropriately announced on President’s Day, Tribeca has announced the opening film for this year’s festival will be Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President, a documentary that takes a look at how music helped Jimmy Carter earn his spot in the White
After Midnight is an effective genre blend that will no doubt divide audiences with its focus on the relationship drama over the horror elements, but despite the overabundant hipster vibes and slow pacing, it’s an intriguing film with a few surprises and a handful of solid performances that ultimately delivers a satisfying conclusion.
More than just a Training Day clone, Crown Vic is an at-times-thrilling police story that acutely conveys both the physical and emotional turmoil police officers must contend with every night that they take out that squad car.
The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival is wrapping up this weekend and with that the audience awards has been announced. David Charles Rodrigues‘ Gay Chorus Deep South and Jeff Chan and Andrew Rhymer‘s Plus One received the awards for documentary and