Saltburn (2023)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 17th, 2023 - Four-Star Corner Movie Reviews

Saltburn never plays it safe, and where Fennell takes things is guaranteed to anger a fair share of the viewing public.

Saltburn never plays it safe, and where Fennell takes things is guaranteed to anger a fair share of the viewing public.

Unforgettables: Cinematic Milestones #22 – The Red Shoes (1948)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 15th, 2023 - Features

On its 75th anniversary, the transformative wonders of The Red Shoes continue to dance its way into my heart

On its 75th anniversary, the transformative wonders of The Red Shoes continue to dance its way into my heart

Priscilla (2023)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 2nd, 2023 - Four-Star Corner Movie Reviews

Priscilla is a vibe. It’s a viscerally emotive whirlwind that sweeps around the viewer with hurricane-like intensity.

Priscilla is a vibe. It’s a viscerally emotive whirlwind that sweeps around the viewer with hurricane-like intensity.

The Killer (2023)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - October 27th, 2023 - Movie Reviews

As slight and as inconsequential as it may be, The Killer is still quite amusing, even if it does vanish from memory not too long after the story’s events have concluded.

As slight and as inconsequential as it may be, The Killer is still quite amusing, even if it does vanish from memory not too long after the story’s events have concluded.

Killers of the Flower Moon (2023)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - October 19th, 2023 - Four-Star Corner Movie Reviews

Scorsese looks the audience in the eye, daring us to turn away, knowing that if we do, then we’re not only willing to purposefully not learn from our rancid and racist history but, even more appallingly, we’re ready to forgive it, too.

Scorsese looks the audience in the eye, daring us to turn away, knowing that if we do, then we’re not only willing to purposefully not learn from our rancid and racist history but, even more appallingly, we’re ready to forgive it, too.

Unforgettables: Cinematic Milestones #21 – Days of Heaven (1978)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - October 18th, 2023 - Features

Terrence Malick’s ethereal, windswept ballad of love, lust, and nature’s wrath remains an otherworldly triumph

Terrence Malick’s ethereal, windswept ballad of love, lust, and nature’s wrath remains an otherworldly triumph

The Creator (2023)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - September 28th, 2023 - Movie Reviews

But it is the masterful human saga at The Creator’s center that makes it special, and even if this story isn’t especially innovative, the emotions fueling the action are so intimately satisfying that they lingered with me for hours afterward.

But it is the masterful human saga at The Creator’s center that makes it special, and even if this story isn’t especially innovative, the emotions fueling the action are so intimately satisfying that they lingered with me for hours afterward.

Unforgettables: Cinematic Milestones #20 – The Ballad of Little Jo (1993)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - September 27th, 2023 - Features

Maggie Greenwald’s revisionist 1993 Western remains a bleak feminist drama of gender identity and self-determination

Maggie Greenwald’s revisionist 1993 Western remains a bleak feminist drama of gender identity and self-determination

Dumb Money (2023)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - September 21st, 2023 - Movie Reviews

Dumb Money is a fun time at the movie theater, but not an especially edifying one.

Dumb Money is a fun time at the movie theater, but not an especially edifying one.

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