Wander Darkly Review | AFI Fest 2020

Sienna Miller and Diego Luna go to therapy in this time-bending romance from the mind of writer-director Tara Miele.

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Luxor Review | AFI Fest 2020

Gorgeous cinematography cannot save a wandering plot.

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Sound of Metal Review | AFI Fest 2020

Darius Marder’s Sound of Metal asks the hard questions, both of Riz Ahmed’s Ruben and the viewer surrounding the culture of deafness.

My review of Sound of Metal below.

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I’m Your Woman Review | AFI Fest 2020

In Julia Hart’s crime thriller I’m Your Woman, Rachel Brosnahan makes a case for her Best Actress Oscar.

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AFI Fest: Tragic Jungle (Selva Trágica) Review

In Yulene Olaizola’s latest, she invites the viewer to look at human nature and nature itself.

My review of Tragic Jungle (Selva Trágica) here:

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AFI Fest: Belushi Review

R.J. Cutler holds back an otherwise stylish and all encompassing view of John Belushi’s life.

My review of Showtime’s Belushi.

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AFI Fest: Really Love Review

In Angel Kristi Williams’s Really Love, she tells a story about two loves who have to choose between their careers and their relationship.

My review of Really Love.

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AFI Fest: The Intruder (El Prófugo) Review

This foreign-language horror-comedy is a good watch, but only as long as you’re willing to keep up with its mystery. My review of The Intruder (El Prófugo) here.

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AFI Fest Interview: Arie & Chuko Esiri Talk Eyimofe (This Is My Desire)

During AFI Fest, I caught up with Arie & Chuko Esiri to talk their film Eyimofe (This Is My Desire).

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AFI Fest: Nine Days Review

Edson Oda’s first feature film (!) dazzles with a look inside the soul.

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What to Look Forward to At This Year’s AFI Fest

Before AFI Fest this Thursday, I thought I would take a glimpse at what I am most excited to watch during the festival and highlight it for you, just in case you’re on the fence.

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