Film Reviews, Netflix

REVIEW: Don’t Look Up (2021)

Most times, it feels like we don’t know how to talk to each other anymore. Serious topics are rendered toothless by kind platitudes and using humour as coping mechanisms, to the point that it’s impossible to tell when something is important or not. This is…

Drama, Film Fest 919, Film Reviews

REVIEW: C’mon C’mon (Film Fest 919)

There are nearly countless films that have covered the trials and tribulations of parenthood, running the gamut from “being a parent is impossible” to “raising a child is the greatest gift of all.” Mike Mills’ latest effort, C’mon C’mon, treads this ground and comes away…

Animation, Disney+, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: Star Wars Visions (2021)

While it might be controversial to some, it seems like Star Wars as a property has felt somewhat stagnant for a few years. Even with the fun and sense of adventure brought forth by The Mandalorian, that show has recently fallen back on old characters…

Animation, Netflix, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: Yasuke (2021)

Over the past few years, Netflix has tried very hard to establish itself as a serious outlet for quality anime. Series like Castlevania, Devilman Crybaby, and Aggretsuko have proven that the platform can publish and host acclaimed anime of multiple genres; while Yasuke does not…

Drama, Film Reviews, Latest, VOD

REVIEW: Jungleland (2020)

It feels like we’re watching the same fight over and over. Some time ago, boxing films seemed to collectively decide to feature the exact same plot and most of the same characters as one another. Ever since then, they’ve all been fighting the same fight…

Comedy, Drama, Film Reviews, VOD

REVIEW: The King of Staten Island (2020)

When someone pictures a semi-biographical film centered on the life and psyche of a divisive figure like Pete Davidson, they might be expecting a darkly comic look at mental illness and millennial anxieties stemmed from past trauma. I mean, there’s a ton to unpack in…

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