We bring you up to date on indie, art-house, or just plain obscure films that are now available on your favorite streaming services.
Agatha Christie’s return to popularity brings us another, extremely frustrating, adaptation of her work. It looks like Stephen King has competition for Hollywood’s favorite novelist to adapt. Agatha Christie has [more]
Marriage Story features tremendous talent but can’t divorce itself from problematic gender expectations. Marriage Story feels like a union between an early Woody Allen “love on the rocks” story and [more]
This musical biopic captivates on the tremendous performance from Renée Zellweger. As we’ve seen, musical biopics are Oscar catnip. An artless one(looking at you, Bohemian Rhapsody) still cleans up with [more]
Boxing Day 2019: Can 1999’s Play it to the Bone show us that the sweet science can also be funny? Or is just a clown?
Joe Talbot’s directorial debut is a gorgeous, heartfelt experience with dynamite performances. The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a delightful chimera. It blends specificity with universality. Peculiarity with [more]
This quirky, dark comedy about toxic masculinity seems trapped by its stylistic choices. I really wanted to love this leftover. Starring deadpan performances from Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots, it [more]