The Park is an unexpected gem.
On its 30th anniversary, Joe Dante’s timeless Matinee remains one of the best movies about movies ever made.
“I just want these feelings I write about to keep connecting with someone, anyone else. That’s all I could ever ask for in life.”
– Goran Stolevski
Gay. Straight. Trans. Bi. Everyone walks down their own path, and Kol isn’t any different. He isn’t the same insecure, jittery, juvenile I met when Of an Age began, and that’s exactly as it should be.
Mexican import Huesera: The Bone Woman is not for the faint of heart.
80 for Brady marches down the field, throwing passes composed of happiness, running between the tackles with a ball made out of amity.
Celebrating its 25th birthday, Ma Vie en Rose remains a perfectly pink life-affirming marvel.
While far from the near-brilliance of Backman’s novel, A Man Called Otto is a nice adaptation with strong performances that kept me pleasantly entertained for most of its running time.
The Old Way is a cold, uncompromising Western that tracks down suspense and tension by moseying down a conventional narrative trail.