Still Working 9 to 5 – Film Review | Doc Edge Festival 2022

“Everyone was very nervous about the movie, because it had three female leads” – Lily Tomlin In the 1970’s, 1/3 of working women were secretaries. The pay was terrible, the bosses could routinely harass and talk down to their employees and there was very little if nothing a woman could do to move up. Eventually, …

Love, Victor (Season 3) – TV Review

Love, Victor — “Brave” – 308 — The Winter Carnival brings all of our characters back to where the series started. As they consider their plans past high school, they each have decisions about who they want to be with, and where their futures may lead. Victor (Michael Cimino), shown. (Photo by: Gilles Mingasson/Hulu) Love, …

Fire Island – Film Review

“Everybody should f&$% on Fire Island at least once, it’s like, our birthright.” There’s nothing like summer in the NYC. Time for the gays to leave the hustle of the city to take the ferry out to Long Island. Noah (Joel Kim Booster) and his merry bunch of friends, Howie (Bowen Yang), Luke (Matt Rogers), …

Jurassic World: Dominion – Film Review

We’ve come a long way since Steven Spielberg’s classic dinosaur spectacle. Five sequels later, we’ve arrived at what looks to be the final chapter in this second trilogy. The original gang is back in this legacyquel, joining forces with the Jurassic World stars. Jurassic World: Dominion picks up a couple of years after the events …

Les pires (The Worst Ones) – Film Review | Festival de Cannes 2022

During the summer, four teenagers from the Picasso projects in Boulogne-Sur-Mer, get street cast to star in a feature film. Everyone claims they picked “the worst ones”, but while filming we get a closer look at who they really are. Director/writers duo Lise Akoka & Romane Gueret wonderfully blend filmmaking and storytelling on- and off-screen, …

Shut In – Film Review

In the middle of nowhere america, recovering junkie Jessica (Rainey Qualley) and her two kids are just trying to make it through another day. She’s trying to clean out her grandmama’s house that needs to get on the market as soon as possible so she can move on with her life and move to Texas, …

Monstrous – Film Review

It’s the 1950’s and everything is bright, clean and shiny. Laura (Christina Ricci) and her young son, Cody (Santino Barnard) are on the run. They end up in rural California and try to start a new life in a big house. Things are great at first, but after Cody goes for a walk down by …

Escape the Field – Film Review

Shane West as Ryan in Escape The Field. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Lionsgate One-by-one, six strangers wake up in a never-ending cornfield. None of them remember how they got there, and they all have their own set of theories. With nothing but one item on them, they must find a way to Escape the Field, …

Those Who Walk Away – Film Review

Max (Booboo Stewart) is a nice guy who just wants to meet a nice girl to take home to his sick mother. Eventually the algorithm connects him to Avery (Scarlett Sperduto). Things get off to a rocky start after someone calls in a bomb threat at the local movie theatre, so they decide to go …

Blacklight – Film Review

A troubled off-the-books fixer for the FBI, Travis Block (Liam Neeson), tasked with pulling undercover agents out of dangerous situations, finds himself in the middle of a deadly conspiracy when an undercover agent starts questioning the very people he’s working for. Block, must not only track down the agent, but also find out the truth. …