Movie Review: House of Gucci

Many iconic fashion brands have little to do with the designers whose names adorn their clothing, having long ago been bought up by luxury conglomerates, but few can boast as scandalous a coup as the house of Gucci.

Movie Review: King Richard

Always a bridesmaid and never a bride. Two-time Academy Award nominee Will Smith continues his quest for gold in this sports biopic about Richard Williams, the father of tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams.

Movie Review: tick, tick…BOOM!

For this adaptation of Larson’s lesser-known show tick, tick… BOOM!, which was written and staged prior to Rent, Lin-Mauel Miranda takes on directorial duties and reminds us all just how a musical should be adapted for film.

Movie Review: The Eyes of Tammy Faye

This is a pretty fascinating story to follow, with a host of interesting and influential figures moving throughout, all of it awash in gaudy 80s excesses.

Movie Review: Zola

The first movie based on a Twitter thread proves to be surprisingly good.

Movie Review: Titane

If the plot sounds like it’s too much for you, then you’re probably right and this is most assuredly not the movie for you. If you are at all intrigued however, you’ll be in for one of the year’s more memorable movies, that also happens to be surprisingly sweet.

Movie Review: Thelma

This is a very slow-burn horror film, that relies far more on mood and atmosphere than violence or large set pieces, which means that it is very dependent on the performances to make it work.

Movie Review: Annette

[A] wild ride that isn’t without its flaws, but is well worth watching if it sounds like your kind of movie.

Movie Review: The Green Knight

One of many films that was originally slated to release last year, A24’s The Green Knight has been allowed to build up a lot of anticipation among arthouse film lovers.

Movie Review: The Killing of Two Lovers

A man stands over a couple sleeping in their bed, and points a gun towards them, before losing his nerve and slipping unnoticed out the window. So begins Robert Machoian’s excellent film.