Before I even pressed ‘play’, I knew BELFAST was very likely to be a personal film favorite for the year. In addition to my love of coming-of-age narratives, I have a particular affinity for stories that are intentionally limited in scope. Since BELFAST tells a story set in a short period of time, staged primarilyREAD MORE
It’s not exactly what you think it will be. You wouldn’t even know it’s a mystery for a decent length of the film. I’m gonna keep it that way, this is a *Spoiler Free* review: Suspenseful, stirring, and sadly realistic. This world is impossible for single Moms struggling to negotiate their kid’s medical conditions, endingREAD MORE
Filmmaker and MAKING MOVIES IS HARD!!! Podcast co-host, Liz Manashil, specializes in feminist content with a whimsical twist.READ MORE
This film is for church people by church people and the message is to wake up and stop perpetuating what it means to be “church people” in a post-Christian world. I can dig it.
“We’ve seen so many movies bashing people of faith, told from an outsider’s perspective. And we’ve seen films made by Christians that vilified the outsiders. I’m really proud of the fact that we made a movie that has a lot of laughs but asks us to take a hard look in the mirror.” -Writer and co-Producer Wes HalulaREAD MORE
THE QUEEN’S GAMBIT follows chess prodigy Beth Harmon’s life from her childhood in an orphanage through her struggles with drug and alcohol addiction to her triumphant rise through the Grandmaster ranks. This article does not have plot spoiler’s, but DOES tell you the general feeling of the end of the show. Just watch the show. BUT if you are on the edge and not sure, then read this article to be sure that this is the show for you. Because it is!READ MORE
A review of DAME, a lost and grieving Elizabeth Taylor returns to work after the tragic death of Mike Todd and courageously delivers one of the greatest performances of her life.READ MORE