Awe inspiring cinematography demonstrates that optics are the very essence of film making. Camera work and shot selection replaces dialogue in this gripping family-based thriller.
The film community has seen 2015 as anomalous, a year that will be forgotten. Until recently I agreed, until it came to compiling this list when my reflections enlightened what a great a year this has in fact been.Read more "2015 in Review: My Year in Film Ranked"
Bill Murray’s unsettling performance in this 80’s classic is still as memorable as it was 27 years ago. A film that can bring Christmas cheers to the most ardent of scrooges.Read more "Scrooged (1988)"
Who knew a nuclear-holocaust could be so much fun! Miller’s fourth installment of the series is an intense blockbuster that instates Tom Hardy as the new Max Rockatansky. A true thrill ride.Read more "Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)"
A fun, black-comedy gem that highlights Reynolds’ character acting credentials through its interesting premise and ridiculous set up.Read more "The Voices (2015)"
A charming story of a literature student’s search to find her own authenticity within the expansive world of New York City. Baumbach and Gerwig hit all right notes in one of the most beautifully told stories of the year.Read more "Mistress America (2015)"
An interesting independent flick that pushes an exciting story through a basic but effective lens.Read more "Tangerine (2015)"