Winner of AT&T’s Untold Stories program, which supports underrepresented filmmakers, ‘Nigerian Prince’ provides a mildly enjoyable looking into an interesting world rarely explored by film.
On Monday night, Black Girl Nerds hosted a special screening of ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ in Regal Battery Park followed by a Q&A with John Boyega.
Hulu’s not-exactly-binge-worthy detective series with a twist will keep you reasonably entertained; hey, there are worse ways to spend six hours.
‘Hard Sun,’ a British crime drama and co-production between BBC and Hulu, held its American premier Wednesday, February 28th at Regal Union Square in New York.
Hardly a popcorn movie, ‘Phantom Thread’ rewards the patient viewer with a slow, haunting burn that serves as a beautiful send-off for Daniel Day-Lewis.
James Franco’s hilarious masterpiece is approximately one less degree of fun than catching a midnight showing of ‘The Room’ and hurling plastic spoons at the screen.
Far away from the frozen, otherworldly streets of ‘In Bruges,’ Ebbing, Missouri burns in Martin McDonagh’s vastly different but equally potent exploration of morality and anger.
Saddle up for a slow burn: ‘Western’ captures the soul of that all-but-dead genre it’s named for—and if can you stay awake long enough, you just might find it.
Is it as good as the TV movie? Does it accurately represent the real story? Beats me, but ‘Battle of the Sexes’ did succeeded in making me interested in tennis for two whole hours.
Struggling against its own run time, ‘First They Killed My Father,’ the story of a child surviving the Pol Pot regime, proves that film production done right will not sustain a movie on its own.