Not Okay is a thoroughly entertaining satire aimed straight at the shallow fame of the social media age, co-opting the aesthetics and addictive trappings of Instagram and Tiktok while taking them to task.
A tiresome gimmick, on a weak story, with performances that run from unremarkable to dreadful.
A weirdly displaced coming-of-age story weighed down by its author insert protagonist.
A Nicolas Cage movie as weird, fascinating, and unpredictable as Nicolas Cage himself.
Fire Island is the smartest, funniest, gayest rom-com you’ve seen in quite some time.
This excellent comedy is going to stress the hell out of you, and you shouldn’t miss it.
Can I convince you to try something different? Badhaai Do (which apparently means something along the lines of “Best Wishes”) is a rare queer mainstream Bollywood film, and also a feel-good romantic comedy of errors that you can find right there on Netflix.
A fresh, lively character study to brighten up a serious cinematic landscape.
Despite such a bland direction, Tick Tick… Boom is worth a watch for Andrew Garfield’s energetic performance.
I like Wes Anderson and I appreciate the work and care he’s put into this piece, but The French Dispatch left me cold.