Projects Like “Men” Bring With Them The Worst Type of Online Film Discourse

Alex Garland at his best is one of the most engaging and propulsive genre screenwriters out there. His ability to combine this with enough metaphorical and interpretive elements to please the analysis over emotional response viewer might be his secret weapon. His slightly ponderous FX mini-series Devs was something of a step back. On paper,Continue reading “Projects Like “Men” Bring With Them The Worst Type of Online Film Discourse”

Everything Everywhere All At Once. What Do I Even Say?

For the most part, this writer isn’t a fan of A24. Not to say there isn’t plenty of good to fantastic films in their back catalogue. It’s more the general aesthetic of picking up the decidedly middlebrow festival fare. They then sell it to a niche audience of #filmTwitter eccentrics who have no idea whatContinue reading “Everything Everywhere All At Once. What Do I Even Say?”

The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Paragraph Review.

A man and his friend take over a house that belonged to his grandparents after it gets vacated in this engaging character drama that’s one of the more accessible films in the A24 library. It’s fairly low stakes for most of it run time but but it’s well performed by a solid cast. In itsContinue reading “The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Paragraph Review.”