In this video essay, I discuss why I connect to Wes Anderson’s underrated gem, The Darjeeling Limited.
Director Edgar Wright is one of my favorite working filmmakers. His Cornetto trilogy, which consists of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End would each probably land in my top-20 comedies of all time. Baby Driver and Scot Pilgrim vs. the World are pretty good too! Just because of his track record,Continue reading “Last Night in Soho — What You Might Like”
It’s the writing, direction, and music of Spencer that really set it apart and make it something special, timely, and timeless.
At the end of the day, Eternals won’t give Zhao her second straight Best Director Oscar, but by no stretch of the imagination is it a dumpster fire.
In this video essay, I discuss the way James Gray’s Ad Astra and how it’s mirrored my own life.
Now, all I want to do is dive into the books and fully prepare myself for Part Two.
So are we collectively ready to admit that when it comes to swords and horses movies, no one does it better than Ridley Scott?
In a time when the overwhelming majority of conversations regarding anything remotely controversial seem to devolve into us-versus-them yelling matches, 15 Minutes of Shame is a welcome breath of fresh air.
In this video essay, I discuss my mindset when it comes to reviewing films.
But the best part of it all is that No Time To Die ties a neat thematic bow on this iteration of James Bond.