Review: Robert Eggers' 'The Northman' is an Unhinged Disappointment

By: FirstShowing.net

9May2022


There is no greater feeling when you go to see a movie for the first time without any expectations, and it blows you away or even changes your life entirely. And there is nothing worse when a movie that you have been anticipating for a long time turn...

Review: Nicolas Cage in 'The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent'

By: FirstShowing.net

26Apr2022


More often than not, good actors end up with a "bad" reputation because of their "less enjoyable" cinema projects, and the opposite is also possible, albeit in fewer numbers. The truth is that the general idea that literally all Hollywood celebrities...

Review: The Daniels' 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' is Pure Chaos

By: FirstShowing.net

19Apr2022


Since originally debuting at the 2022 SXSW Film Festival back in March, Everything Everywhere All at Once has become one of the most anticipated films of the first half of this year. Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, better known simply as "Daniels", ma...

Review: David Yates' 'Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore'

By: FirstShowing.net

12Apr2022


When it comes to film franchises, it's common to see movie lovers struggle to be honest with their thoughts about the respective sagas, especially if they don't love them like most fans. Fortunately, Harry Potter was and remains special to me as well...

Review: Michael Bay's 'Ambulance' is Extreme Action Extravagance

By: FirstShowing.net

7Apr2022


Everyone knows Michael Bay, and everyone knows what to expect from any Michael Bay movie. That's a given nowadays. Ambulance is Bay's 15th movie so far, and somehow even after all this time, he still hasn't evolved as a filmmaker. Everything he does...

Review: Matt Reeves' Noir 'The Batman' Wades Deep into Gotham

By: FirstShowing.net

4Mar2022


At the start of this new Batman movie, Bruce Wayne's voiceover talks about how his identity as the Batman has made criminals in Gotham City more fearful. They think he's lurking in the shadows, hiding down alleys, waiting to take them out. The very f...

Berlinale 2022: A Mysterious Night with Mark Rylance in 'The Outfit'

By: FirstShowing.net

22Feb2022


"Not every man in a suit and tie is a gentleman. Not every gentleman wears a suit and tie." But some still do... The Outfit is the first feature film directed by an up-and-coming writer and producer named Graham Moore, originally born in Chicago, Ill...

Berlinale 2022: 'Nelly & Nadine' is a Touching Doc Film About History

By: FirstShowing.net

20Feb2022


"Nothing is real until it’s socially expressed." Telling stories about people long gone can change the world. One of the best documentaries from the 2022 Berlin Film Festival is this discovery - Nelly & Nadine made by Swedish filmmaker Magnus Gertt...

Berlinale 2022: Meltem Kaptan in 'Rabiye Kurnaz vs. George W. Bush'

By: FirstShowing.net

17Feb2022


Now that it has been 21 years since 9/11, more and more films are being made about the aftermath of this tragedy – including the way America responded with torture and heinous decisions in an attempt to punish everyone responsible. Rabiye Kurnaz vs...

Berlinale 2022: Dupieux's Latest Kooky Comedy 'Incredible But True'

By: FirstShowing.net

13Feb2022


Another amazing, amusing "incredible but true" film from the one-and-only filmmaker Quentin Dupieux! After premiering Mandibles in 2020 at the start of the pandemic, Dupieux is back with another small time, kooky comedy called Incredible But True, or...

Sundance 2022: Ramin Bahrani's Incredibly Good '2nd Chance' Doc

By: FirstShowing.net

4Feb2022


Who would've thought that a documentary about some bozo that invented a new bulletproof vest would be this fascinating and this unsettling?! But that's exactly why I had to watch this film and find out what it's all about and holy sh*t, it's totally...

Sundance 2022: Oliver Hermanus' Ravishing 'Ikiru' Remake 'Living'

By: FirstShowing.net

1Feb2022


"I don't know what I've been doing with my life all these years." It's time to start living! I finally watched the Akira Kurosawa classic Ikiru (from 1952) just last year, and of course it's wonderful. I had no idea that the film was getting a remake...

Sundance 2022: A Vietnamese 'E.T.' - Kids Sci-Fi Adventure 'Maika'

By: FirstShowing.net

31Jan2022


Hidden in the "Kids" section at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival is this kooky, cheesy, fun kids movie called Maika from Vietnam. I don't even know how or why the festival decided to include this movie, because it's barely good enough to be considered...

Sundance 2022: An Inspiring Indigenous Story in 'The Territory' Doc

By: FirstShowing.net

28Jan2022


Fight the power!! One of the best documentary films premiering at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival is a story of an Indigenous tribe in the Amazon rainforest. The film is called The Territory, and it's made by an up-and-coming filmmaker named Alex Pri...

It Came From Finland! 'Hatching' and 'Girl Picture' at Sundance 2022

By: FirstShowing.net

27Jan2022


There are two excellent films from Finland playing at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival this year. Both are great discoveries at the fest – and both deserve to be talked about, too. The first one is a portrait of Finnish youth called Girl Picture, th...

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