Tag: Reviews

ATLFF Review: 'Lean On Pete'

ATLFF Review: 'Lean On Pete'

Going into *Lean On Pete*, you might think you are in for a subdued story about a boy and his horse but what you will receive is a far more powerful film about tragedy and triumph.

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 9 hours ago
'The Endless' Review

'The Endless' Review

Directing duo Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson’s latest film, The Endless, follows two brothers returning to the cult they escaped ten years prior. Seeking a mixture of answers and closure, what they find instead is something far more wicked than what they imagined as children.

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 3 days ago
ATLFF Review: 'You Were Never Really Here'

ATLFF Review: 'You Were Never Really Here'

*You Were Never Really Here* tells the story of a traumatized veteran who rescues trafficked girls and disposes of the captors in brutal fashion

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 4 days ago
'A Quiet Place' Review

'A Quiet Place' Review

With a brilliantly bleak and terrifying premise, can newbie director Joe Krasinski and wife/star Emily Blunt keep us hooked in this breakout horror, even when things are virtually silent?

By Barney on Movies | Leave a Comment | Published 2 weeks ago
'I Kill Giants' Review

'I Kill Giants' Review

Barbara is a young girl who is going through a stressful time at home. In order to deal with her problems, she escapes into a fantasy world where she is the protector of the realm and faces off against fearsome giants.

By Lolo Loves Films | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'Pitch Perfect 3' Review

'Pitch Perfect 3' Review

In 'Pitch Perfect 3,' the Bellas are back, and this time they are traveling Europe hoping to go out on top with an epic farewell tour.

By Chris Lentz | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'Flower' Review

'Flower' Review

Sexually-empowered Erica and her friends spend their free time seducing and blackmailing adult men to help fund their boredom. However, when Erica’s soon-to-be stepbrother comes home from rehab, he offers the girls a chance to use their personal vigilante justice on a target worthy of the punishment.

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'The Peacemaker' Review

'The Peacemaker' Review

Over the course of a two-year span from 2012-2014, documentarian James Demo accompanied Padraig O’Malley as O’Malley worked with his organization, Forum for Cities in Transition, to learn more about the man who works to bring peace to countries worldwide.

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
'Black Panther' Review

'Black Panther' Review

The prince of Wakanda comes home, and whilst this ever-growing cinematic universe is becoming known for its alternative genre-pieces, Ryan Coogler's new 'Black Panther,' really does venture into new territory in more ways than one.

By Barney on Movies | Leave a Comment | Published 1 month ago
Netflix Original 'Mute' Review

Netflix Original 'Mute' Review

Mute bartender Leo journeys through the underbelly of Berlin to uncover what happened to his girlfriend after she suddenly disappears one night.

By Douglas Davidson | Leave a Comment | Published 2 months ago