Bernard Ozarowski

Bernard Ozarowski

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WandaVision: Episodes 1 and 2, A Delightful Beginning (Review)

WandaVision: Episodes 1 and 2 are an eminently pleasant way to begin Marvel’s foray into bringing the “real” MCU to the television format.

Locked Down: A Flawed but Interesting COVID Time Capsule (Review)

Locked Down combines a solid heist movie and an overwritten character drama, but is elevated by the specificity of its setting.

Outside the Wire: A Pleasant Throwback to Trashy 90s Sci-Fi (Review)

Outside the Wire makes for perfectly enjoyable January junk that plays as a sci-fi riff on Training Day and The Terminator.

Alex Wheatle and Education: the Weaker Section of a Remarkable Series (Small Axe Review)

Alex Wheatle and Education are not as strong as the first three Small Axe movies, but help complete a truly remarkable portrait of a society and culture in turmoil.

The Midnight Sky: Elegiac Astronaut Film Ascends (Review)

The Midnight Sky is a textured, smart, and slow epic that emphasizes character, and melancholy, over action.

The Mandalorian’s Season 2: Great Star Wars Has Become Iconic TV

The Mandalorian’s Season 2 has seen the show’s deserved ascent into the increasingly rare realm of pop monoculture.

Greenland: Character Driven Disaster Movie Excites (Review)

Greenland focuses on character to effectively humanize the stakes of its apocalyptic asteroid action beats.

Skylin3s: Madcap Action For Genre Movie Fans (Review)

Skylin3s retains its predecessor’s admirable commitment to absolutely bonkers midnight movie storytelling.

Let Them All Talk: a Tremendous Improvisational Acting Showpiece (Review)

Let Them All Talk serves as a wonderful showpiece for a triumvirate of splendid actresses and the young performers in their wake.

The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone: A More Fitting End (Review)

The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone manages to significantly improve the oft-maligned third film in Coppola’s classic series.