With over 100 movies in the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, here are some small thoughts on the films at the festival our critic didn’t elaborate on.
A handful of documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival told stories that are worth telling in some truly inventive ways.
Two innovative and non-traditional movies, ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’ and ‘R#J’ both present a look at the world on our screens.
A serviceable adaptation of a revolutionary novel, ‘Passing’ is pleasing to the senses but ultimately hollow.
While methodical and perhaps better fit to be a play, ‘Mass’ is one of the most affecting and heartbreaking films of 2021
A feel-good dramedy with a twist on the coming of age story, ‘CODA’ is familiar but effective
A true story of an informant in the Black Panther Party, ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ is powerful in performance but mediocre in storytelling.
Michelle Pfeiffer leads ‘French Exit,’ the closing night film at the New York Film Festival from director Azazel Jacobs.
Sofia Coppola’s latest feature has its faults, but ‘On the Rocks’ is a fun and enjoyable movie that fans of Coppola will love.
With his ‘Small Axe’ series of films on Amazon Prime, Steven McQueen proves how formidable he is as a filmmaker.