Bad Education features a star-studded cast and tells the incredible true story about what transpired in a prestigious Long Island school district. When Hilltop Beacon reporter Rachel Bhargava (Geraldine Viswanathan) looks into some expense reports for an upcoming Roslyn School District project, she finds something else. Together with her dad, David Bhargava (Hari Dhillon), the two of them realize that there’s more here than meets the eye. Appropriately, they look into it. One thing leads…"Toronto 2019: Bad Education"
10 Things I Hate About You remains a teen classic some twenty years after Touchstone Pictures first released the screwball comedy in theaters. Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of the film’s release. The film is just as fun to watch now as it was two decades ago. I credit this–of course–to the chemistry between leads Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger. They are but one equation in this ensemble-heavy film. This Taming of the Shrew retelling…"10 Things I Hate About You marks 20th anniversary"
A young Georgia girl aims for the stars in the funny and poignant Troop Zero despite the odds being set against her every single step along the way. Christmas Flint (Mckenna Grace)–daughter of attorney Ramsey Flint (Jim Gaffigan)–has big dreams that lead to outer space. We see this in the way that she looks up to the stars at night in 1977. For now, she has to settle for just being a small town girl…"Sundance 2019: Troop Zero"
While there are some things in the film that haven’t aged well, Drop Dead Gorgeous is still able to offer up a ton of laughs in the dark comedy. A short video introduces us to the Sarah Rose American Teen Princess Pageant hosted by Batman himself, Adam West. The video may not exactly set up the tone for what we’re going to expect but we’re in for a treat. Once those accents start up, we know we’re…"Drop Dead Gorgeous is Campy, Hysterical"
The Tonya Harding biopic, I, Tonya, could bring Allison Janney an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role as the figure skater’s abusive mother. Directed by Craig Gillespie from a screenplay by Steven Rogers, the biopic stars Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, Allison Janney, Paul Walter Hauser, Julianne Nicholson, Caitlin Carver, Bojana Novakovic and Bobby Cannavale. Interspersed with documentary-style footage, the film gives off a humorous vibe as we revisit one of the biggest events…"Chicago Film Festival: I, Tonya"