The Aftermath has the premise and star-studded cast to be a deep and insightful drama, however, it lacks a sense of authenticity to fully command the interest of audiences.
Tag: Romance Films
Ever since Twilight (2008) made it desirable for teenagers to be in complicated relationships, the teen-films that have followed continue to up the dramatic relationship ante.
I grew up in the golden era of sick-lit films. Ansel Elgort with his constant un-smoked cigarette as a metaphor in The Fault in Our Stars (2014)? The conceived-as-a-bone-marrow-donor-for-her-terminally-ill-sister Anna and the subsequent tragic outcome in My Sister’s Keeper (2009)? Give me, give me, give me.
Two years after winning Best Picture at the Oscars for Moonlight (2016), director Barry Jenkins follows up with his slightly inferior, but nonetheless strong feature If Beale Street Could Talk.
What Men Want features Taraji P. Henson in this new comedy film from director Adam Shankman and the producers of Ride Along (2014) and Girls Trip (2017).
Since the release of flicks such as Birdman (2014) and La La Land (2016), we have seen that Hollywood loves nothing more than movies about Hollywood.
The Netflix original movie Sierra Burgess is a Loser, directed by Ian Samuels, has been making waves since its release in September this year.
For those who wept by the end of Call Me By Your Name, longing for more of Luca Guadagnino’s masterclass in onscreen gay romance, there’s news that’ll hopefully tame your hearts.
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, The Miseducation of Cameron Post is part coming-of-age tale, part survival story.
The first trailer for the Taraji P. Henson-starring What Men Want has hit the web.
Ready for another ensemble cast of lovable idiots trying to do a thing behind the curtains of a bigger thing before people find out they aren’t really suited to do that bigger thing?
From Oscar-winning director Barry Jenkins comes the teaser trailer for his follow-up to the Oscar-winning film Moonlight (2016) – If Beale Street Could Talk.
I’m quite the generous reviewer, as you may have noticed. However, I’ve learned that when my inspiration is lacking, it’s usually because the film I’m reviewing isn’t as exceptional as I’d initially believed. Such is the case for Set It Up, directed by Claire Scanlon. A cute film, just not an overly exciting one.
Chilean director Sebastián Lelio offers a forbidden love story set within the insular context of an Orthodox Jewish community in his first English-language feature, Disobedience.