CHARACTER ACTRESS MARGO MARTINDALE IS THE GOAT AND NOBODY CAN TELL ME SHIT!
Mark Webber kind of pulled a Robert Rodriguez (take that as you will).
2019 just found its first true anti-hero and her name is Peggy Dahl.
You Elijah wouldn’t believe how much of a blast this is.
You know a comedy is good when you can’t decipher whether the two leads are either ad-libbing or on script.
For some estranged reason, in 2019, we’re getting an overload of movies revolving around the Manson family murders.
She’s the O.G. Master of Sex
Efron’s performance as Ted Bundy will make you look at him in a way you’d never expect.
Give Camila Morrone all of the roles. All of them!
Short, smart, and gets to the point in the span of 78 minutes. Bless Karen Maine.
This is just banal with every stretch of the word.
One of the funniest dark comedies I’ve seen in a long time
Fanning displays another level of raw talent and this time she SINGS!
Kroll delivers a strong performance proving he’s more than just a man of many voices.
It’s official: Jordan Peele is the new master of horror.
As a cat dad, I’m glad a lot of these studio films are integrating some great cat content into their movies.
Sword of Trust is a short and simple movie, yet one of the most enjoyable features I’ve seen at SXSW.
I can’t believe Tremblay’s parents, or any of the other parents, said yes to this
For this being Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, she surely expresses the WILD through her style.
This is the second time I’ve seen Alice Englert in a feature and honestly she deserves to be in more
Seriously, if an actress was described as perfection, it would be Lupita Nyong’o
Knock Down the House is not just a documentary, but it also has to be one of the best real life superhero origin stories of all time
A cinematic experience unlike anything you’ve seen before.
At this point, I’m convinced Elisabeth Moss can do anything.
During my first trip to Sundance, I was able to catch 27 out of 56 features which premiered at the festival (that’s a good ratio, right?)
Here are 10 movies premiering in Sundance 2019 that I’m excited to see (IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER).
Born in 1998, Rendy Jones has been in love with movies ever since he watched his first home video as a child. With a huge passion for film that he wears on his sleeve, Jones was determined to become a filmmaker and associate himself with the art form no matter what. In February 2012, at the age of 13, Rendy Jones began self-publishing his own reviews on his own website and still does to this day. Transitioning from his adolescent years and into adulthood, this 21-year-old film journalist from Brooklyn, NY has become the youngest African-American featured film critic on Rotten Tomatoes and one of the youngest critics on the site overall (as of 2018).