I've clocked a little over 500 movies watched in 2021, with close to 400 of those being 2021 releases. Every year I sit down around this time to put together the best of the best. So today, I share my list of the best movies of 2021. When I make this list, I hope you … Continue reading The Best Movies of 2021
Dear Evan Hansen, It turns out this wasn't an amazing day after all. This isn't going to be an amazing review or even a nice one. Because why would it be? Oh, I know. Because there are the writers. And all my hope is pinned on the fact that they understand how problematic their writing … Continue reading My Letter to Evan Hansen
'The Lost Leonardo is an engrossing documentary that is insane to watch unfold.'
https://youtu.be/DEg6ZAV_V40 Joe Bell releases in theaters Friday Editors note: I mistakenly call Reid Miller Joseph Bell and not Jadin Bell in the review. Directed: Reinaldo Marcus Green Plot: The true story of a small town, a working-class father who embarks on a solo walk across the U.S. to crusade against bullying after his son is … Continue reading Roadside Attraction’s Joe Bell Review
Puss (Short Film) Logline: Samantha really wants to get laid, but is having a hard time for some reason.Writer & Director: Leah ShoreCast: Sarah Ellen Stephens, Karl Jacob, Brian Agamie, Mark Blane, Brian w. Smith, William Goerge-Louis The pandemic has been a struggle for single people, and how many different ways we tried to enjoy ourselves throughout this … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Sophie and The Baron,’ and ‘Puss’ Reviews