31 Days of Film: The French Connection

31 Days of Film: The French Connection

William Friedkin’s 1971 crime film is a classic of the genre for a reason and behind great performances by Hackman and its supporting cast it has stood the test of time.

31 Days of Film: Animal House

31 Days of Film: Animal House

John Landis and John Belushi’s classic late night college comedy that is as much an exercise in chaos as it is film.

31 Days of Film: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

31 Days of Film: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a Coen Brothers movie for fans of the Coen Brothers. A series of six vignettes set in the old west perfectly crafted by two of cinema’s best auteurs.

The 90th Academy Awards Guide

The 90th Academy Awards Guide

Who will win? Who should win? Who got snubbed? The internet’s best guide to the biggest night in Hollywood, 90th Academy Awards.

31 Days, 31 Movies: Catching Up

31 Days, 31 Movies: Catching Up

Turns out it’s very easy to find time to watch movies in a house full of screeching children. It’s slightly more difficult to find time to write a couple hundred words for each movie, so this is me catching up.

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/25: Molly’s Game

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/25: Molly’s Game

Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, Molly’s Game, is a witty and fast-paced poker movie that is elevated by great leading performances by Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba.

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/23: I, Tonya

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/23: I, Tonya

I, Tonya is a movie where you can hear Margot Robbie shout, “Suck my dick” at some woman with a shit eating grin sitting behind a judges table. And that’s all I feel like I need to say about it.

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/23: The Post

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/23: The Post

Steven Spielberg’s star-studded film on the publishing of the Pentagon Papers is as timely as it is well-made.

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/23: The Florida Project

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/23: The Florida Project

In his 2017 drama-comedy, The Florida Project, Sean Baker tells another genuine and unique story about the corners of society that cinema often ignores. And with some fantastic performances it is a joyous surprise of a film.

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/21: All About Eve

31 Days, 31 Movies 12/21: All About Eve

All-time great performances by Bette Davis and Anne Baxter have made Joseph Mankiewicz’s cleaver and bitingly funny film an classic.