The TIFF-premiering Dumb Money does for Wall Street Bets and GameStop what The Big Short did for the subprime mortgage crisis. You can thank Taylor Swift and her concert film for Sony changing their release plans. The initial plans were a wide release on October 6. But because of Taylor and the Swifties, the wide opening is now taking place on September 29. It’s for the best because the awards contender demands our attention even…"Dumb Money: The GameStop Movie We Didn’t Know We Needed"
Never Rarely Sometimes Always is a film that will certainly resonate with a number of people given that the film deals with an unintended pregnancy. Eliza Hittman’s follow up to Beach Rats is not going to be for all audiences. Conservative film goers will most certainly not be fans. Then again, maybe they’re the exactly the right people who really need to see this film. Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) leaves work early with her cousin, Skylar…"Sundance 2020: Never Rarely Sometimes Always"