Charlie Day’s Fool’s Paradise suffers from weak humor and muddled pacing but, thanks to its confident direction, it mostly works as a satirical comedy.
Robert Rodriguez’s Hypnotic has an interesting premise but suffers from weak performances, editing, and a script that fails to resonate.
Damián Szifron’s To Catch A Killer suffers from a weak screenplay but thankfully manages to elevate itself above other crime thrillers thanks to its direction and performances.
HBO’s The Last of Us suffers from some pacing hiccups but comes out on the other side as the first great video game adaptation.
Ethan Eng’s Therapy Dogs is a messy but emotionally resonating documentary that delves into a complicated final year of high school.
John Singleton’s Boyz N The Hood is an intimate and timeless classic that’s as charming as it is incredibly raw and heartbreaking.
Benjamin Caron’s Sharper is an engaging and twisty drama that loses some steam by the end but nevertheless remains a fun time.
The Harbinger director Andy Mitton tells us about the challenges of directing during a pandemic and the creative process of his acclaimed horror film.
Roxanne Benjamin’s There’s Something Wrong With The Children tries to add some visual flair but ultimately can’t escape from being a derivative misfire.
Emily Hagins’ Sorry About The Demon is a mostly successful romantic horror comedy that shines with a charming cast and an endearing screenplay.