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Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul Sundance 2022 Review: Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown GLOW in Average Satire

Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown in a comedy-drama about a Baptist church scandal sounds like THE TEA, doesn’t it? Well… Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul might’ve bitten off a little more than it could chew. Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul is directed by Adamma Ebo and stars Regina Hall and Sterling K … Continue reading Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul Sundance 2022 Review: Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown GLOW in Average Satire

Emily The Criminal Sundance 2022 Review: Aubrey Plaza Steals The Show in Sharp Heist Drama

Are you a fan of Parks and Recreation? Yes, it’s better than the office. Remember April Ludgate? Aubrey Plaza has come a long way since and Emily The Criminal does a lot to put her range on full display. Emily The Criminal is directed by John Patton Ford and stars Aubrey Plaza and Theo Rossi. … Continue reading Emily The Criminal Sundance 2022 Review: Aubrey Plaza Steals The Show in Sharp Heist Drama

After Yang Sundance 2022 Review: Unique Look at Being Human

One of the greatest details about Science Fiction is its ability to bend reality. After Yang does this but in a way that gives a unique scope in what it is to be a human being. After Yang is directed by Kogonada and stars Colin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja. The story follows a … Continue reading After Yang Sundance 2022 Review: Unique Look at Being Human

‘Resurrection’ Sundance 2022 Review: Rebecca Hall ASTONISHES in Ineffective Thriller

Rebecca Hall has found her niche in the wife character in unhinged, quasi-psycho thriller-horrors. First The Night House, and now Resurrection. Fan of adrenaline-pumping, anxiety-inducing dramas? You’ve come to the right stop at Resurrection, but maybe it took it a pinch too off the rails. Resurrection is directed by Andrew Semans and stars Rebecca Hall, … Continue reading ‘Resurrection’ Sundance 2022 Review: Rebecca Hall ASTONISHES in Ineffective Thriller

(Left Center-Right Center) ANTHONY RAMOS as Usnavi and MELISSA BARRERA as Vanessa in Warner Bros. Pictures’ “IN THE HEIGHTS,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

‘In The Heights’ Review: Extravagant Display of Culture and Community

Which musical films would you consider masterpieces? Good news: you can most likely add In The Heights to that list. In The Heights is based on the play of the same name by Lin-Manuel Miranda and directed by Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians). It stars Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins, Melissa Barrera, Leslie Grace, Jimmy … Continue reading ‘In The Heights’ Review: Extravagant Display of Culture and Community

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