Summertime | Official Trailer | Netflix

Summertime arrives April 29, only on Netflix. One summer can change your life, whether you’re ready or not. This is what happens to Summer, Ale, Dario, Edo end Sofia. Three months spent under the sun of the Adriatic Coast to make them break with the past, question their beliefs and let them discover who they…

Summertime | Official teaser | Netflix

Summertime arrives 29 April, only on Netflix. One summer can change your life, whether you’re ready or not. This is what happens to Summer, Ale, Dario, Edo and Sofia. Three months spent under the sun of the Adriatic Coast destined to make them break with the past, question their beliefs and let them discover who…

Uncorked | Official Trailer | Netflix

Elijah (Mamoudou Athie) must find a way to balance his dream of becoming a master sommelier with his father’s expectations for him to carry on the family’s popular Memphis barbeque joint. Starring Mamoudou Athie, Courtney B. Vance, and Niecy Nash. Written and Directed by Prentice Penny. Only on Netflix, March 27. Watch Uncorked, Only on…

Review: KATIE SAYS GOODBYE Will Succeed In Making You Uncomfortable

Olivia Cooke in KATIE SAYS GOODBYE // Vertical Entertainment.

Katie Says Goodbye is a new drama film written and directed by Wayne Roberts (The Professor) and starring Olivia Cooke (Ready Player One). The movie stars Cooke as a seventeen year-old girl who, having dreams of starting anew in San Francisco, works as a prostitute in her small town in order to save enough money… Continue reading Review: KATIE SAYS GOODBYE Will Succeed In Making You Uncomfortable

Review: ASK FOR JANE Is A Compellingly Controversial Film

Ask for Jane is a new historical drama film written and directed by Rachel Carey. It tells the story of a group of women who provided safe but illegal abortions to women in the Midwest in the 1960s. It debuted at the 2018 Hamptons International Film Festival. This movie’s story is definitely quite interesting. The… Continue reading Review: ASK FOR JANE Is A Compellingly Controversial Film

Review: A VIOLENT SEPARATION Should Have Been More Exciting

A Violent Separation is a new thriller film written by Michael Arkof and directed by Kevin and Michael Goetz. The movie tells the story of two brothers in a quiet Midwestern town, one a sheriff’s deputy and the other a troublemaker that committed an accidental murder, as they attempt to cover up the crime and… Continue reading Review: A VIOLENT SEPARATION Should Have Been More Exciting

Review: 79 PARTS Is An Ambitious Retro Action-Comedy That Doesn’t Quite Work

Ryan O'Callaghan and Johnny Solo in Ari Taub's 79 PARTS Photo Credit: Naoko Takagi.

79 Parts is a new retro action-comedy film directed by Ari Taub. The film tells the story of a struggling law student who, trying to finish his degree in an attempt to get his wrongly convicted father out of prison, takes a loan to pay for his tuition from his degenerate best friend’s gangster uncle,… Continue reading Review: 79 PARTS Is An Ambitious Retro Action-Comedy That Doesn’t Quite Work

Review: SAVAGE Is An Old-School Thriller With Solid Visuals

Savage is a new Chinese action-thriller film directed by Cui Siwei. It follows a policeman who, trapped at the top of a mountain under extreme weather conditions, is forced to shelter in place with a group of thieves, sending them all into a fight for survival. It debuted at the 2018 Busan International Film Festival.… Continue reading Review: SAVAGE Is An Old-School Thriller With Solid Visuals

Review: CLARA Is Ambitious Sci-Fi That Doesn’t Quite Work

Clara is a new sci-fi drama written and directed by Akash Sherman. The film follows an astronomer and a free-spirited artist who come together to form an unlikely bond over a massive scientific discovery. It debuted at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival and played at the 2019 Florida Film Festival. The movie’s story can… Continue reading Review: CLARA Is Ambitious Sci-Fi That Doesn’t Quite Work

Review: LONG LOST Is A Traditional But Enjoyable Thriller

Long Lost is a new thriller film written and directed by Erik Bloomquist. The movie follows a young man who receives a mysterious letter inviting him to spend a weekend at his long lost half-brother’s secluded and elegant country home where things are not what he expected once he arrives. The premise of the film… Continue reading Review: LONG LOST Is A Traditional But Enjoyable Thriller

FFF 2019 – Review: CHAINED FOR LIFE Is A Noble And Entertaining Satire About Diversity

Chained for Life is a new comedy film written and directed by Aaron Schimberg. The movie follows a photogenic moviestar (Jess Weixler, Teeth) who must come to terms with her disfigured co-star (Adam Pearson, Under the Skin) while working on a European director’s English-language debut. It has played at festivals including the 2018 Fantastic Fest… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: CHAINED FOR LIFE Is A Noble And Entertaining Satire About Diversity

FFF 2019 – Review: MS. WHITE LIGHT Is A Touching Yet Funny Dramedy About Death

Ms. White Light is a new dramedy film written and directed by Paul Shoulberg. The movie follows a misanthropic young woman who runs a small business with her father in which she works to console terminally ill patients. It debuted at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival and played at the 2019 Florida Film Festival. The… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: MS. WHITE LIGHT Is A Touching Yet Funny Dramedy About Death

FFF 2019 – Review: DACHRA Is A Historic Foreign Horror Film

Dachra is a new Tunisian film written and directed by Abdelhamid Bouchnak. It actually makes history as the first ever horror movie from Tunisia, taking inspiration from low-budget chillers such as The Blair Witch Project. The film follows a group of three journalism students who travel into the woods in search of a remote hidden… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: DACHRA Is A Historic Foreign Horror Film

FFF 2019 – Review: GRANNY POETRY CLUB Is Cute But Straightforward

Granny Poetry Club is a new documentary film directed by Jae-Hwan Kim. The movie follows a group of Korean senior ladies who set out to learn the Korean language in their old age because they grew up in the Japanese rule of Korea in which the teaching of the Korean language was banned in schools.… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: GRANNY POETRY CLUB Is Cute But Straightforward

FFF 2019 – Review: PRINCESS OF THE ROW Is A Bland But Well-Meaning Fable

Princess of the Row is a new drama film co-written and directed by Max Carlson. The movie follows a runaway foster child as she attempts to fight to stay with her father, a mentally-ill and disabled veteran who is living homeless on Los Angeles’s skid row. It has played at festivals including the 2019 Florida… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: PRINCESS OF THE ROW Is A Bland But Well-Meaning Fable

Review: NAPLES IN VEILS Is A Steamy Romance Without Narrative Steam

Luisa Ranieri as “Catena” in “Naples in Veils” by Ferzan Ozpetek.

Naples in Veils is a new Italian neo-noir film co-written and directed by Ferzan Ozpetek. The movie follows Adriana, a medical examiner who sets out to investigate the mysterious death of a handsome young man with whom she had a one-night stand the night before. It was released in Italy in 2017 and is finally… Continue reading Review: NAPLES IN VEILS Is A Steamy Romance Without Narrative Steam

FFF 2019 – Review: RAMEN SHOP Is A Flavorful Family Drama

Ramen Shop is a new Singaporean drama film directed by Eric Khoo. The movie follows a young man who, following the death of his father, travels to Singapore in an attempt to reconnect with his parents’ past and his lost family. It has played at festivals including the 2019 Florida Film Festival. The story of… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: RAMEN SHOP Is A Flavorful Family Drama

FFF 2019 – Review: WE USED TO KNOW EACH OTHER Is An Uncomfortable And Uneven Romance

We Used to Know Each Other is a new romantic drama film co-written and directed by Robert G. Putka. The movie tells the story of a couple in a long-distance relationship who decide to move in together, only to discover that everything is not what it seems. It made its U.S. debut at the 2019… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: WE USED TO KNOW EACH OTHER Is An Uncomfortable And Uneven Romance

Review: RED JOAN Is A Bland Espionage Thriller Elevated By Judi Dench

Judi Dench as “Joan Stanley” in Trevor Nunn’s Red Joan. Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films release.

Red Joan is a new British spy thriller directed by Trevor Nunn and starring Judi Dench. The film tells the story of a British woman who, in her old age, is accused of funneling secrets about the U.K.’s attempts to make an atomic bomb to the KGB in her younger years. It debuted at the… Continue reading Review: RED JOAN Is A Bland Espionage Thriller Elevated By Judi Dench

FFF 2019 – Review: COLLISIONS Is An Important Film With A Sense of Humanity

Collisions is the feature debut of writer-director Richard Levien. The film tells the story of two children who come home to find their undocumented mother having been taken by ICE, forcing them on the road with their unreliable uncle in an attempt to find her and stop her from being deported. It has played multiple… Continue reading FFF 2019 – Review: COLLISIONS Is An Important Film With A Sense of Humanity