Wild Men – Film Review

When Musa (Zaki Youssef – The Looming Tower) leaves his assumed dead mates after crashing a stolen car, he wanders off into the wild. Seriously injured and with only a large bag of stolen money on him, he bumps into Martin (Rasmus Bjerg – The Way to Mandalay), who’s trying his best to take life …

Firebird – Film Review

Tom Prior stars as Sergey and Oleg Zagorodnii as Roman in Peeter Rebane’s FIREBIRDPhoto Credit: Herrki-Erich MerilaCourtesy of Roadside Attractions, LLC / The Factory “Black thorns and roses, smiles and tearsThey’re sown together and grow so near.”  1977, Haapsalu, Estonia. Private Sergey Serebrennikov (Tom Prior) is finishing up his mandatory service and is about to …

The Island – Film Review | IFFR ’22

An upside down Robinson Crusoe story Doctor Robinson Crusoe is enjoying his time alone on a secluded island. He has his iPad and not a care in the world. He has time to himself in which to reflect, the weight of the world has gotten to him and he needs a break. When a ship …

Resistance: 1942 – Film Review

Under the threat of death and the shadow of tyranny, one voice dares to keep a message of hope alive. It’s late 1942 in Lyon, France and the nazi’s are naturally making life miserable for everyone. Hidden away in an attic with a pirate radio is Jacques (Cary Elwes) broadcasting messages of positivity and hope …

The Hating Game – Film Review

Lucy Hutton (Lucy Hale – Riverdale) has always been certain that the nice girl can get the corner office. She’s charming and accommodating and prides herself on being loved by everyone at Bexley & Gamin. Everyone except for coldly efficient, impeccably attired Joshua Templeman (Austin Stowell – Catch-22). And the feeling is mutual. Trapped in a …

Off the Rails – Film Review

For Kelly Tragedy strikes a small group of friends, the stoic but broke Kate (Jenny Seagrove), the comfortable in her life general practitioner Liz (Sally Phillips) and the token American, Cassie (Kelly Preston), an aging actress, when Anna (Andrea Corr) dies of cancer leaving behind her daughter Maddie (Elizabeth Dormer-Phillips) and her mother (Judi Dench) …

Lingui – Film Review

In the suburbs of N’djamena in Chad lives the single Amina with her 15-year-old daughter, Maria. When Amina finds out her daughter is pregnant and wants to end the pregnancy, both of them are at the start of a turbulent time in their lives in which religion, ethics and motherhood get tested. African cinema seems …

Review – The Rise and Fall of LuLaRoe | Discovery+

“Social media has been gasoline on the fire that is MLM’s” In the early days of this new fad known as social media, people were selling things with the help of videos and live streaming. In 2012, DeAnne Brady and her husband Mark Stidham, started LuLaRoe, a women’s clothing company known mostly for selling novelty …

Margrete – Queen of the North – Film Review

Something is rotten in the state of Denmark In the early 1400’s, Queen Margrete (Trine Dyrholm) rules Denmark, Sweden and Norway with a clear voice, a steady hand and a clear head along with her adopted son Erik (Morten Hee Andersen). Erik is about to wed Queen Philippa of England and the potential for a …

Encounter – Film Review | Prime Video

Marine, Malik Khan (Riz Ahmed – Sound of Metal) goes on a rescue mission to save his two young sons from a mysterious threat. As their journey takes them in increasingly dangerous directions, the boys will need to leave their childhoods behind. Encounter starts as a sci-fi thriller in which the future of humanity is …