Author: Jack Lautaret

Oscars – Best Picture Nominees Ranked

With the Oscars in the Books, I share my order of how I ranked the 2021 Best Picture Nominees. DISCLAIMER: Each of the eight were given a score of 85 or higher, meaning that I thoroughly enjoyed each film on this list.  8. Mank There’s just something about the topic of Citizen Kane that leaves … Continue reading Oscars – Best Picture Nominees Ranked

‘Nobody’ Review

‘Nobody’ Review

Nobody: Directed by Ilya Naishuller SYNOPSIS: Hutch Mansell, a suburban dad, overlooked husband, nothing neighbor — a “nobody.” When two thieves break into his home one night, Hutch’s unknown long-simmering rage is ignited and propels him on a brutal path that will uncover dark secrets he fought to leave behind. Let me start by saying … Continue reading ‘Nobody’ Review

SXSW Film Festival: Final Recap

SXSW Film Festival: Final Recap

SXSW is happening virtually this year due to the pandemic and I have the opportunity to take part in the film festival. Each day I will be recapping and shortly reviewing every film, big and small, that I see during the festival. The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson: Directed by Leah Purcell SYNOPSIS: … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: Final Recap

SXSW Film Festival: Day Three Recap

SXSW is happening virtually this year due to the pandemic and I have the opportunity to take part in the film festival. Each day I will be recapping and shortly reviewing every film, big and small, that I see during the festival. Broadcast Signal Intrusion: Directed by Jacob Gentry SYNOPSIS: In the late 90s, a … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: Day Three Recap

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Recovery Review’

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Recovery Review’

Recovery: Directed by Mallory Everton and Stephen Meek SYNOPSIS: Two directionless sisters brave a cross-country road trip to rescue their grandmother from a COVID outbreak at her nursing home. This film is an absolute blast. We have had so many films that revolve around the pandemic, but this one just absolutely takes the cake. Not … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Recovery Review’