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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The Glorias Review – Gloria Steinem’s Biopic Takes An Unwelcome Route

In The Glorias, the star-studded spend most of their time on the tries their best to make something great, but ultimately fail due to the script’s shortcomings.

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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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Chemical Hearts Review

“I do not love you as if you were the salt-rose, topaz, or arrow of carnations that propagate fire

I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul”

These words are also a perfect example of what kind of film you’re signing up for when you go to stream Chemical Hearts on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a story of the definition of love and what happens when your heart is broken.

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Radioactive Review

Amazon Studio’s Marie Curie biopic is enthralling, but views her life through an overly modern and simplistic lens.

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