There’s a lot of beautiful work here, put together by top-notch artists, and yet Alien: Covenant plays out like one long odd choice. The talent makes it work thankfully, but it still feels unnecessary.
By: Daniel Reynolds Here’s what we learned from the films of May: if the demand for a sequel is great enough, a film will prosper even if its quality level […]
By: Daniel Reynolds It takes a great deal of effort to discuss the film Frank in any normal fashion. On the surface, it’s a film about a bored office drone […]
By: Daniel Reynolds The film world has been slow to document the actual day-to-day anguish of slavery. You probably don’t have to think too hard as to why; it’s not […]