Film Review: Where to Invade Next

Michael Moore has been making political documentaries for almost thirty years now. While his targets typically vary on a film-by-film basis—Roger & Me (1989): globalization; Bowling for Columbine (2002): gun violence and the peculiarly American fetishization of... Read More

Film Review: The Hateful Eight

Quentin Tarantino films have a way about them. They are talky, violent, satirical, nostalgic of the 1970s, and excessive—populated as they are with despicable characters, including the protagonists, who know how to talk the talk... Read More

Film Review: Spotlight

I don't go to the theater much anymore; however, a friend recommended Spotlight, and I am thrilled that she did. After sitting through the overly loud previews of coming attractions, I was gripped and held... Read More