Although brand new technology like VR and 3D printing are incredibly expensive, access to basic, affordable equipment has also altered the independent animation scene.
“A Fantastic Woman” is about not judging others. It urges us to be accepting and to open our minds and our hearts.
The last couple of years have, in my opinion, seen video games truly come into their own as a medium that can tell unique, powerful stories which could only be told as video games.
The mixture of pity and hope that moviegoers experience simply is not enough to sustain attention-spans for the duration of the film.
“Take Your Pills” creates a sometimes chilling — all-the-time intriguing — depiction of how Adderall may be changing the concept of modern human performance.
Apart from the penultimate scene, it isn’t worth the watch.
“Rudderless” is a film that will draw audience members under with sorrow, while still managing to entrance them with the marvelous and curative powers of music.
“Red Sparrow” probably aimed to be something akin to the Bond films, but the ultimate presentation was more of a disappointing, melodramatic “ugly step-sister” to a legitimate spy movie.
Like all counterculture, midnight screenings have become a rite of passage, no longer contained to an unorthodox, marginalized community.
The Oscar nominees for Live Action Short are a mixed bag this year in topic, tone and execution.