The Menu is now available for audiences to relish and savor from the comforts from their home as the comedy arrives on Digital (UHD, HD, SD). It will also arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on January 17, 2022. Feel free to also check out my interviews with screenwriters Seth Reiss and Will Tracy along with composer Colin Sexton. What follows is my original review from TIFF: The Menu isn’t a dish that you can eat…"The Menu Arrives On Digital, Physical Media To Follow"
The Menu isn’t a dish that you can eat but a fine dining experience that one must savor and relish in order to get the most out of it. There are some elements of horror but they are minor compared to the laughs in this satire. Trust me, I would never have seen this film if it were a horror movie! Given that Adam McKay is among the film’s producers, audiences should know that they…"The Menu – Toronto 2022"
Mass is one of the most devastating films to premiere during the 2021 Sundance Film Festival but it has so much to say about grief. There is so much to say here and I honestly do not know where to began. Cinematically speaking, there’s a lot in this film that reminds me of American Son (2019). Much of this is due to how the film is limited to just the one room. To be fair,…"Sundance 2021: Mass"
The Last is one of those films in which the audience is going to be left with questions but mainly we’re left to ask ourselves–what would we have done? It’s a normal Rosh HaShanah afternoon for the Dorman family as everyone gathers around for the Tashlikh service. Little do they know that the normalcy they experience will soon be changing. Much of the conversation relates to special-needs teacher Josh (AJ Cedeño) and his engagement to…"The Last: Audience Will Ask Questions"