Michael B. Jordan makes it loud and clear that he’s ready to take his career to the next level as a director with Creed III.
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Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut, ‘Passing’ is carried by two strong performances, but it feels like something is missing.
Writer/Director Eugene Ashe spills on the inspirations and personal motivations behind crafting the style of ‘Sylvie’s Love.’
In the midst of sequels and reboots comes ‘Sylvie’s Love,’ the romantic drama and ode to old Hollywood that 2020 deserves.
Nia DaCosta’s ‘Little Woods’ is quietly brilliant. The 2019 unsung gem deserves tremendous credit for capturing exposed, raw human emotion.
This may sound ridiculous nowadays but Disney used to be a company that took risks. So much of their filmography have been gambles: the avant-garde fusion…
“Stick to the script” is the motto of Regalview, the telemarketing company that Cassius “Cash” Green (Lakeith Stanfield) works for. Sticking to the script is all…