Heart-wrenching and intense, but ultimately shallow, Pieces of a Woman is an impressive display of filmmaking and performance that’s missing a few key pieces to truly stun viewers.
Whether you're in it for the suspense, the relationships, the ideologies, or the history, Judas and the Black Messiah will not disappoint
The Ultimate Playlist of Noise is charming and humorous but formulaic, nonetheless. I’m unsure of who this film is for, as there is a good deal of dark and dense material presented in a YA-friendly package that, ultimately, fails to say much of anything other than “Everything will work out, so long as you’re willing to compromise…” With a bit more depth of character and story, this tale would have been significantly better.
Bliss delivers the horror in a way you'd never expect, skillfully telling a story that will have viewers questioning what's happening on the screen as well as the nature of reality itself.
Teeming with intense performance and thought-provoking commentary, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a timely and well-crafted cinematic tour de force that’s not to be missed.