Zoe Rose Bryant

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Men (Review): Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear Dominate Dark Social Thriller

Men represents Alex Garland’s return to horror and A24, serving up a social thriller that studies the malice of men, ably anchored by Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear.

Senior Year (Review): Rebel Wilson is a Riot in Newest Netflix Comedy

Senior Year doesn’t stray from tried-and-true tropes of the high school comedy subgenre, but it’s bolstered by a lively lead performance from Rebel Wilson.

Heartstopper (Review): The Show Queer Youth Need Now More Than Ever

Heartstopper is revolutionary representation for LGBTQ+ teens, offering affectionally acted and wittily written escapist entertainment from start-to-finish.

The Northman (Review): Robert Eggers’ Epic is a Filmmaking Feat

The Northman is an epic the likes of which we hardly see in Hollywood anymore, carefully curated by a master of the medium & packed with powerhouse performances.

The Lost City (Review): Bullock & Tatum Are a Riot in Raucous Romcom

The Lost City is a terrific throwback to studio romcoms of the 90s and 00s, with two true-blue movie star performances from Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum.

To Leslie (SXSW Review): Riseborough & Maron Anchor Affecting Drama

To Leslie features a familiar plot, but with enough flourishes (and poignant performances from Andrea Riseborough & Marc Maron) to leave a lasting impression.

X (Review): Ti West’s A24 Slasher is a Terrifying and Thrilling Treat

Ti West skillfully blends style with substance in A24’s X, delivering a riff on The Texas Chain Saw Massacre with a few subversive – and sexy – twists.

Linoleum (SXSW Review): Jim Gaffigan Delivers in Sci-Fi Dramedy

Linoleum may struggle to balance its storylines and juggle several tones, but thanks to poignant performances and a deeply felt finale, this sci-fi dramedy sticks the landing.

I Love My Dad (SXSW Review): A Riotous Father-Son Road Trip with A Twist

I Love My Dad is a side-splitting and terrifically touching true story about the revitalization of one father-son relationship, shared sincerely by James Morosini.

Watcher (SXSW Review): Maika Monroe Makes Her Return to Horror

Watcher doesn’t add anything new to the “stalker” subgenre but still satisfies thanks to a sustained sense of suspense throughout and Maika Monroe’s powerful performance.