“The Hate U Give,” a drama that examines contemporary race relations in America through the eyes of a culturally conflicted young woman, took three prizes at the 2018 Indiana Film Journalists Association (IFJA) awards — including Best Film, Best Actress for Amandla Stenberg and Best Adapted Screenplay for Audrey Wells.… continue
Month: December 2018
A shocking and occasionally frustrating self-critique from Lars von Trier.
Another turd from Clint Eastwood.
Alfonso Cuarón’s latest and most masterful film contains multitudes.
A rollicking adventure that is, literally, like nothing you’ve ever seen.
Not that deep, but some damn snappy satirical choreography.
An actress showcase that can't quite shake off staid, stale period-piece traditions.
A modestly ambitious, good-enough science-fiction oddity.
An amateur piece of noir.
A cruel and hilarious parody that's one of the year's best.
A mediocre cast-off adaptation of a classic story.
A more intimate than epic biopic that captures van Gogh's lingering echo.