Drama

Battle of the Sexes Review: A Tennis League of Their Own

It’s easy to watch Battle of the Sexes from the right side of history. I think the film owns that perspective. It portrays the world of chauvinistic resistance to women’s liberation as an artifact of ...

Stronger Review: You Can Do It

Cinema can be not only a great monument to those who have triumphed over adversity like Jeff Bauman in Stronger, but a reminder to those who have been fortunate enough not to face dire tragedy that an...

Exclusive Interview: Elizabeth Blue Writer/Director Vincent Sabella

As soon as I saw Elizabeth Blue I knew I’d have a lot to talk about with Vincent Sabella. Sabella makes his feature film debut writing and directing the story of Elizabeth (Anna Schafer), a schizophre...

Jake Gyllenhaal and Jeff Bauman on the Inspiration for ‘Stronger’

Scott Menzel sits down with Jeff Bauman and Jake Gyllenhaal to discuss their film, Stronger.

Fifteen Things I Learned at the Battle of The Sexes Press Day

Fifteen Facts from the Battle of the Sexes Press Day.

Exclusive Interview: Anna Schafer on Elizabeth Blue

When I saw Elizabeth Blue, I not only felt the experience of writer/director Vincent Sabella (who I also interviewed), but I felt Anna Schafer nailed the portrayal of harrowing type of schizophrenia. ...

Back To School Ties On Its 25th Anniversary

25 years ago, Brendan Fraser headlined his first movie as a leading man. The summer comedy Encino Man was an auspicious debut, but was more of a Pauly Shore vehicle with Fraser providing the high conc...

TIFF 2017 Review: ‘Molly’s Game’ is Aaron Sorkin’s Award-Worthy Directorial Debut

Scott Menzel reviews 'Molly's Game' the feature length directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin.

9 Amazing

TIFF 2017 Review: ‘The Upside’ is the Surprise Buddy Comedy of the Year.

Scott Menzel reviews 'The Upside' which stars Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart.

8 Great

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