Drama
 
 

“The Disaster Artist” Is Well Done But Not Entirely Necessary

I am one of the biggest fans of Tommy Wiseau’s “The Room”. It is the greatest thing I have ever seen. It’s to the point where if you give me a couple minutes with someone who hasn’t seen it, I will...
 
7.5

“Super Dark Times” Does Everything but Stick the Landing

Zach and Josh have been friends their whole life. They watch scrambled porn together while picking out who they’d sleep with in their year books, they practically live at each other’s houses, and they both have a cr...
 
7.8

The Future Focuses On The Past In Michael Almereyda’s “Marjorie Prime”

Michael Almereyda’s philosophical sci-fi film “Marjorie Prime” depicts a not-so-distant future, in which holographic versions of deceased loved ones provide comfort to those left behind to mourn their passing....
 
7.3

“The Big Sick” Is A Good Test To See If Whoever You Watch It With Has A Heart

There are movies that revolve around sickness that are clearly meant to tug at the heart strings and seem to only be aiming to make you cry in the theater or in front of whoever happens to be watching it with you. While I can s...
 
8.5

“Oxenfree” Is A Nice Balance Of Drama, Fantasy, And Brotherly Love

Movies about brotherhood (or sisterhood for that matter) are tricky to pull off. The mood and emotional pull of the story depend so much on the actors involved having not just on-screen chemistry, but the ability to make it see...
 
6.3

“Raw” Is A Beautifully Crafted, Violent Debut From Julia Ducournau

    Justine and Alexia (Garance Marillier and Ella Rumpf) are sisters that come from a strictly vegetarian family; in the first scene of the film we see Justine getting food in a cafeteria with her parents and a piece...
 
8.0