Movie reviews and Cinefest showtimes.
Grade: A Verdict: “The Void” doesn’t need to make sense to be crazy, stupid good. It’s fun and scary and great. See it. “The Void” is crazy, beautiful, nail-bitingly effective nonsense. As such, I love […]
Summer in Atlanta is always delightful—for those who enjoy the heat, anyways—but after a few weeks of lounging around one may find themselves desperate for some fun things to fill the time. Fortunately, the film […]
Grade: A+ Verdict: “Raw” is smart, impeccably crafted and occasionally gut-clenchingly gross. So basically, it’s easily my favorite movie of the year. This film is one of those perfect movies I can’t help but gush […]
I recently joined other collegiate movie writers on a conference call with director Niki Caro about her new movie, “The Zookeeper’s Wife.” The film tells the true story of Antonina Żabiński and her husband Jan, […]
Amazingly enough, the most interesting thing about “The Zookeeper’s Wife” is Jessica Chastain’s horrible Polish accent. This sort of sums up the problems with Niki Caro’s biopic: it fails to make a moving Holocaust story […]
Grade: A- Verdict: It’s moving and slyly profound. And it’s about cats. What more could you want? This film is being billed at Landmark Midtown as “Nine Lives: The Cats of Istanbul.” It’s a horrible […]
Soooooo, “Get Out.” Wowzas. It’s great, and pretty much everyone knows it’s great and have already talked about its greatness, so it feels a bit fruitless to reiterate what everybody’s already saying. But I’ve got […]