The Diary of a Teenage Girl is an impressive directorial debut for Marielle Heller and quite the showcase for Bel Powley who carries this coming of age film with ease.Read more "Film Review: The Diary of a Teenage Girl"
Unlike what seems like the majority of people around my age, I actually made it through school without reading The Giver. Now that I’ve seen it, I’m pretty bummed about this.Read more "Film Review: The Giver"
Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij team up again with a more star studded cast than their excellent first collaboration, Sound of My Voice, but third act issues keep it from reaching the quality of that film.Read more "Film Review: The East"
Lauren: I have to admit something right now, as a child I got really competitive when it came to Battleship. Each time I would swear I came up with the best distribution for my ships to trick my opponent, and would gleefully laugh in my mind when I would get to put a white peg […]Read more "HST… Film Review: Battleship"
Melancholia is the latest from Lars von Trier and the result is a gorgeous, engaging, suspenseful, and even funny film as we watch our protagonist struggle with depression in an excellent turn by Kirsten Dunst.Read more "Film Review: Melancholia"
Can I just ask this question? Where the heck do these viewing audiences being spied on with night vision goggles in commercials come from? Either they are the jumpiest scaredy-cats on the planet or they are big fat liar faces! That’s right, viewing audiences! I will give you the eye covering, and even occasional muffled […]Read more "Film Review: Straw Dogs"