Comedy Drama

Review: ‘Blindspotting’ Is A Brilliant Look At Today’s Culture

Perception can be a tricky thing. Blindspotting refers to a visual exercise seen in the film that’s all about what image registers to the mind. For some, this film can be looked at as a comedy-drama t...

10 Perfect

Review: ‘Eighth Grade’ Abounds With Awkward Brilliance

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Eighth Grade, the latest film from A24.

8 Great

Review: ‘Don’t Worry,’ Gus Van Sant Is Back With a Good Flick

It’s about time Joaquin Phoenix reteamed with director Gus Van Sant. While acting since he was a kid, Phoenix’s real breakout role was the 1995 Van Sant film To Die For. Since that time, Van Sant has ...

7 Good

TV Review: Atlanta – Robbin’ Season 2×11, “Crabs In A Barrel”

While not entirely unexpected, a sense of hope was able to come through in the season finale of Atlanta – Robbin’ Season. “Crabs in a Barrel” is the proper follow-up to “North of the Border,” after th...

Review: Atlanta – Robbin’ Season 2×10, “FUBU”

Following a possible shakeup in the relationship between Earn and Alfred during last week’s Atlanta, we take a look back in time for “FUBU,” which delivers an origin story fit for Robbin’ Season. I ha...

Review: ‘Tully’ Effectively Dives Into The Weight Of Motherhood

Following a critical slump, director Jason Reitman has reunited with his best collaborator to make Tully. I have a lot of great things to say about Reitman’s Up in the Air as well, but with Juno, Youn...

8 Great

TV Review: Atlanta – Robbin’ Season 2×09, “North of the Border”

For all the time’s I’ve pointed out how Atlanta is a series that can play by its own rules as far as narrative arcs are concerned, I will not that I’m not only unsurprised by the rift that occurs betw...

TV Review: Atlanta – Robbin’ Season 2×08, “Woods”

Recall how Atlanta – Robbin’ Season was a reference to the have-nots going after the haves, particularly in the months leading up to Christmas, as people start getting desperate. While last week had t...

TV Review: Atlanta – Robbin’ Season 2×07, “Champagne Papi”

It is a testament to the very fluid nature of Atlanta that an episode like this week’s “Champagne Papi” can come after the nightmarish “Teddy Perkins” from last week. The series has a way of taking on...

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