Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Short Review: ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’

Review by Lavanya This short film is a classic example of something that delivers its message accurately within an extremely short duration. We meet the actors for a very short while, yet understand their underlying motive in a perfect way. Each of the actors ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Mule’ Blu-ray

Greetings again from the darkness. When a film is inspired by a true story detailed in a 2014 New York Times article entitled “The Sinoloa Cartel’s 90 Year Old Drug Mule” written by Sam Dolnick, we should expect a message delivered with a certain ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Making Babies’

A perfect entertainer that only keeps getting funnier and funnier, ‘Making babies’ takes us through the journey of a young married couple – Katie and John Kelly. While trying to get pregnant for the last five years since marriage, when there is nothing but ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Slut In A Good Way’

Review by Jacquelin Hipes Teenage heartbreak — particularly that of teenage girls — provides ample fodder for melodrama. We feel things more acutely and perceive the stakes of any relationship more sharply in that transitory period between child and adult. Much of the charm ...Read More

Movie Short Review: ‘Here & Beyond’

Review by David Ferguson Greetings again from the darkness. The idea of time travel is fascinating … just ask Bill and Ted, who, by the way, recently announced their upcoming new adventure. In contrast, the reality of dementia is beyond cruel. Slowly losing the ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘Tigerland’

Review by James Lindorf Academy Award-winning Director Ross Kauffman’s Tigerland is a look at preservation efforts in Russia and India, two of the big cats’ primary territories. Joining Kauffman as a producer is Oscar-winner Fisher Stevens (The Cove) who is no stranger to moving ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Pet Graveyard’

Review By Wesley Collins As living and breathing vessels with thoughts outside of ourselves, I’d like to think we as humans all explore the world of death through thought and imagination. We think about death so much we often times bring about our own ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Trading Paint’

Review by James Lindorf Trading Paint is the second feature-length film for Director Karzan Kader (Bekas) and was written by first time writer Craig R. Welch and Greg Gerani (Pumpkinhead). Trading Paint explores the world of dirt track racing and stars John Travolta, Toby ...Read More