Every so often there is a message so pure its hard not to stop and listen. As we get closer to the Thanksgiving season, examining the message Fred Rogers fought so hard for can quite literally make our thought brighter. Won’t You Be My Neighbor? isn’t the flashiest documentary of 2018, but it might be the most important.
The acclaimed A Star is Born burns brightly, but not unlike its central character, fades when examined closely.
As we take a closer look at horror this October, some popular genres are apt to be dismissed as mere blood and guts. The zombie genre is one of them. But one of the genre’s original films reveals many more layers.
Sometimes I have to break from the consensus – Venom is no Spider-Man 2, but neither is it Catwoman. It is nothing more or less than a fun-but-flawed comic book movie.
Grief and depression is something many of us are very familiar with. Hereditary takes the subject and molds it into one of the deepest most haunting horror films of the past decade.
Although utilizing a church setting and speaking of environmentalism, First Reformed is actually about neither of those things.
We’re all familiar with the phrase “a mind is a terrible thing to waste.” The same can be said of time. But there’s more than one way to waste time, and time well spent isn’t always what we think it is. Christopher Robin is here to challenge misconceptions about fruitful living; “doing nothing often leads to the very best something.”