About Fate isn’t anything new for the genre but it’s still a cute New Year’s rom-com starring Emma Roberts and Thomas Mann. Margot Hayes (Emma Roberts) and Griffin Reed (Thomas Mann) thought that they would be spending New Year’s Eve by celebrating an engagement…to different people. That’s right. They were never ever meant to be together. And yet, perhaps it is their destiny. Margot expects that Kip Prescott (Lewis Tan) will propose to her and…"About Fate Is A Cute New Year’s Rom-Com"
From the outside looking in, the religious community that is depicted in Them That Follow could otherwise be understood to be a cult. Mara (Alice Englert) and Dilly (Kaitlyn Dever) are friends. They live in a snake-handling Pentecostal community run by Mara’s dad, the fiery Pastor Lemuel (Walter Goggins). Every now and then, they go to the local convenient store where Hope (Olivia Colman) works. Much against her dad’s dismay, Mara has an interest in…"Sundance 2019: Them That Follow"
Based on the book of the same name, The Land of Steady Habits is more comedy than drama in this newest film from Nicole Holofcener. When we first meet Anders Hill (Ben Mendelsohn), he has retired from working in finance and is sleeping with other women after divrcing his ex-wife, Helene (Edie Falco). Okay–so he’s a womanizer. At first, a totally unlikable character, we’re finding ourselves gravitated towards rooting for him. It makes so sense–I know–but this…"TIFF 2018: The Land of Steady Habits"
Kong: Skull Island takes us back to the Vietnam War era to reboot everyone’s favorite gigantic primate. It may not match the original classic but the fast-paced story holds its own. Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) from a screenplay written by Dan Gilroy and Max Borenstein and Derek Connolly with the story by John Gatins, it’s not a movie that makes us wait a while for King Kong in the same way…"Kong: Skull Island reboots King Kong in great fashion"