Burden (2020) Film Review

Hollywood has had its fair share of tackling the societal pariah known as racism in potent melodramatic narratives meant to reinforce the passion and poison behind such inhumane atrocities. Although some of these "based-on-a-true-story"

Swallow (2020) Film Review

There is no doubt that feminist angst-ridden themes of psychological complexities resonate when striking the truthful foundation of a troubled woman wounded soulfully through her haunting spirit. Writer-director Carlo Mirabella Davis'

Seberg (2020) Film Review

One can never get tired out of the sordid expose' of Hollywood trappings rich with scandalous accounts of freaky sex, over-indulgent drug abuse and alcoholism, the casting couch practices, diversity misrepresentation, seedy payoffs...the

Buffaloed (2020) Film Review

It is one thing to be bamboozled and feel kind of ridiculed about the whole affair. However, to be Buffaloed...well that is another kettle of fish worth frying in the pan. Director Tanya Wexler's bubbly blue-collar comedy Buffaloed is a

Fantasy Island (2020) Film Review

What is the sudden preoccupation with reviving nostalgic prime time shows from the American ABC-TV network line-up from the 1970's and 1980s? One guesses that revisiting Charlie's Angels for the umpteenth time was not good enough. Now the

Downhill (2020) Film Review

The dwindling dramedy Downhill is indeed a figurative slippery slope for the comedic powerhouse pair of Julia Louis Dreyfus and Will Ferrell. As a surfacing frustrated married couple whose shaky marital relationship is tested on a skiing