Run. Review. The Representation/Authenticity Question

In 2018 director Aneesh Chaganty burst onto this critics watch list of talents worth keeping an eye on thanks to his debut feature Searching. This was easily the best in the brief trend of movies taking place entirely from the perspective of various modern technology. Chaganty was able to compose a compelling thriller using theContinue reading “Run. Review. The Representation/Authenticity Question”

Palm Springs. Quick Review.

This Hulu original time loop comedy/Rom-Com starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Miloti debuted in the US to a fair amount of acclaim last year. It was one of the films this critic was most eager to see get picked up, in the UK. Amazon finally gave it a home and it released a few weeksContinue reading “Palm Springs. Quick Review.”

Framing Britney Spears. Review.

There tend to be two different strains of the viral documentary. True crime pieces have been sold and packaged by the media as having some form of insanity within them. (Tiger King says hello.) Secondly celebrity culture tales about established public figures. These either frame themselves as exposes or explanations of the media history surroundingContinue reading “Framing Britney Spears. Review.”

Happiest Season. Quick Review

This LGBTQ Christmas movie directed by actress Clea DvVall has won a surprising amount of acclaim since it debuted on Hulu in the US last month. Having seen it it’s not hard to see why. Kristen Stuart agrees to spend the Holidays with the parents of partner Mackenzie Davis not realizing that Davis has notContinue reading “Happiest Season. Quick Review”