Author: Jack Lautaret

SXSW Film Festival: Day Two Recap

SXSW Film Festival: Day Two 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. Ninjababy: Directed by Yngvild Sve Flikke SYNOPSIS: When Rakel (23) finds out she’s … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: Day Two Recap

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Clerk’ Review

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Clerk’ Review

Clerk: Directed by Malcolm Ingram SYNOPSIS: A look at Kevin Smith’s 25-year career including his feature films, television, animation, comics, hosting, and philanthropy projects. “I just want to be Kevin Smith. And when I’m gone, that’s what they’ll remember is the Kevin Smithiness,” -Kevin Smith Kevin Smith is someone who I have been interested in … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Clerk’ Review

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Women is Losers’ Review

Women is Losers: Directed by Lissette Feliciano SYNOPSIS: In 1960s San Francisco, bright and talented catholic school girl Celina Guerrera survives a difficult home life by following the rules. That is until an indiscretion creates a series of devastating consequences. As Celina faces the compounded obstacles of being young and alone, she sets out to … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Women is Losers’ Review

‘I Care a Lot’ – Review

‘I Care a Lot’ – Review

courtesy of Netflix I Care a Lot: Directed by: J Blakeson SYNOPSIS: A court-appointed legal guardian defrauds her older clients and traps them under her care. But her latest mark comes with some unexpected baggage. I had no idea what to expect going into this film, but the reviews looked good and people I trusted … Continue reading ‘I Care a Lot’ – Review