The 2023 Sundance Film Festival completed its second day of in-person and virtual programming yesterday. Here’s a recap of some short film highlights and more! Continue reading Sundance 2023 Day 2 Recap | A Celebration of Life, Family, and Health
The 2023 Sundance Film Festival kicked off last night on January 19th in person in Park City, Utah to a resounding success. Continue reading Sundance 2023 Day 1 Recap | The Pod Generation, Shorts, & More!
Welcome to a new weekly segment on Pop Culture Reviews where critic and writer Terrence Sage collects his thoughts on the films he watched during the past week! Continue reading Terrence’s Weekly Watches | The Menu, Blow Out, Aniara, & More!
Living soars beyond simple storytelling to reveal an undeniably heartfelt experience with redefining one’s life—even if it’s at the very end. Continue reading Living Review | A Heartfelt Journey about Influence & Compassion
A heartwarming and funny story about love, loss, and life, A Man Called Otto shows that family doesn’t just come from blood. Continue reading A Man Called Otto Review | A Sincere and Heartwarming Adaptation
The 2023 Sundance Film Festival will finally return for an in-person (and virtual) gathering to celebrate achievements in film for the upcoming year. Continue reading Sundance Film Festival 2023 | Brittany’s Watchlist
Whatever inspiring message the filmmakers thought they were giving in The Whale is outcompeted by its repulsive messaging on fat people and how we treat them. Continue reading The Whale Review | Disappointing, But a Win for Fraser
Women Talking isn’t just an emotionally gripping account of a common occurrence, it manifests the true strength of women when they are allowed to make decisions for themselves. Continue reading Women Talking Review | Polley’s Poignant Script Strikes Powerful Chords
Glass Onion isn’t as clever as it thinks it is, but that’s because the painfully annoying acting yields dead giveaways in the most inopportune moments. Continue reading Glass Onion Review | Style, No Substance, & A Plethora of Annoyance
I can’t say it blows its superhero film counterparts out of the water, but there’s some fun to be had in Black Adam thanks to some decent action sequences. Continue reading Black Adam Review | The New Hierarchy of Power is Mediocre