Michael Carvelli

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Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar Is Absurd Fun (Review)

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar is a surreal, rewatchable comedy led by great performances from Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo and Jamie Dornan.

The End of the Storm Puts Personal Twist on Liverpool Title Run (Review)

James Erskine’s new documentary The End of the Storm is an enjoyable look back at Liverpool’s historic Premier League championship season.

The Best Debuts by Actors-Turned-Directors

With Regina King’s debut One Night in Miami gaining Oscar buzz, let’s look at some of the other best first films by actors who made the move to directing.

Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets is a Loving Tribute to Small-Town Bars (Review)

The experimental style used by the Ross Brothers helps Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets stand out as one of the most unique documentaries of 2020.

The Painter and the Thief explores the Strange Places Inspiration Leads Us (LFF Review)

Benjamin Rees’ new documentary The Painter and the Thief tells a story of art and the unlikely relationships it can lead to.

The Way I See It: A Look at Two Presidencies Through Pete Souza’s Lens (Review)

The Way I See It gives an inside look behind the scenes of photographer’s work with Obama and Reagan, pulls no punches about Trump.