Just Mercy falls to typical studio formulas, but is helped by fantastic performances and critically important racial injustice themes.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
1917 isn't a film that revolutionizes war cinema with storytelling, but with technique that refuses to relent or offer a reprieve.
Unrelenting in its pace and exhausting in its tension, Uncut Gems is an editing masterpiece much as it is a balanced allegory.
Ludicrously skewed and weakening any support for Richard Jewell's unfortunate story, Clint Eastwood ignores any nuance in bringing this to the screen.
Masked and Anonymous is a clever ode to Bob Dylan's career and legendary persona reflecting his tenuous relationship with the myths he's created over the years.
Dark Waters doesn't steer itself away from lawyer movie cliches, yet the central story is one of American complacency, security, and indifference.
There's no questioning The Wizard's commercial lineage, but that means ignoring a dramatic, heartfelt story about emotional trauma at its center.
Bombshell's story isn't what matters, rather how Bombshell portrays the pressure, anxiety, and fears of women trying to undue decades of power.
High Strung Free Dance hosts a sexy and upbeat love triangle, headed by a dynamite cast, set against the back-drop of making a Broadway show.
A fascinating and complex portrayal of teenagers gone wild amd falling into moral depravity, We ends badly for everyone.
More a film of atmosphere and nostalgia, Robert Altman's Kansas City looks behind the depression to those looking to get ahead.
An emotionally numbing examination of British colonization, The Nightingale goes over the top with a fantastical revenge scenario.