REVIEW: ‘Soft’ Is A Movie Of Queer Teenage Extremes

Reading Time: 3 minutes Soft lets three best friends be free to be boundary-pushing teenagers away from the gaze or control of their parents.

REVIEW: ‘This Place’ Asks What It Means To Belong

Reading Time: 3 minutes This Place perfectly blends the narratives of queer romance and cultural otherness as two women fall in love for the first time and wrestle with identity.

REVIEW: ‘High & Low: The Worst X’ Delivers Fast Camp & Faster Violence

Reading Time: 3 minutes High & Low: The Worst X follows Fujio, leader of Oya High’s delinquent gang as they fight through rivals in this campy and fun action movie.

REVIEW: ‘Smoking Causes Coughing’ Is What Cinema Is All About

Reading Time: 3 minutes Smoking Causes Coughing is a hilarious genre-bending story about a group of heroes trying to reconnect to themselves and each other.

REVIEW: ‘Johnny’ Makes Death And Dying Simple

Reading Time: 3 minutes Johnny is a simple but impactful movie about working through one of life’s most harrowing responsibilities: caring for the dying.

REVIEW: ‘Flamin’ Hot’ Is More Than About Who Made A Chip

Reading Time: 5 minutes Eva Longoria’s Flamin’ Hot, like all “based on a true story” narrative features, takes liberties, but it still means something.

REVIEW: ‘Noise’ Struggles To Be Heard

Reading Time: 3 minutes While captivating in its cinematography, “Noise” struggles to be heard properly in its splintered writing that feels unfulfilled and lacking.

REVIEW: ‘John Wick 4’ Defines Action Cinema Again

Reading Time: 6 minutes With John Wick 4, director Chad Stahelski and star Keanu Reeves have once again defined action cinema for Hollywood and beyond.

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