Review: Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ is His Best Film in Nearly Two Decades

When you are Steven Spielberg, when do you decide to tell your life story? The famed director crafted too many classics to name throughout his fifty-year career. One could argue that his style is the most important evolution in American cinema and has doomed storytellers to chase nostalgia. At the same time, he's poured his … Continue reading Review: Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ is His Best Film in Nearly Two Decades

Review: ‘Retrograde’ Depicts the Harrowing Last Days in Afganistan

In 2002, American forces engaged and took control of Afghanistan. Twenty years later, America left the region as fractured and dangerous as ever. In terms of American involvement, the stalemate with the Taliban simply prolonged the action and expanded the resources required to mount a long-term occupation of the country. Regardless of where you sit … Continue reading Review: ‘Retrograde’ Depicts the Harrowing Last Days in Afganistan

Review: ‘Soft & Quiet’ Sends a Chilling and Poignant Message Against Hate

The last few weeks have seen a shocking rise in racist and hate speech in America. For decades, these phenomena have been hidden in the shadows, but the world's access to new methods of communication and infinite information has increased the exposure of these ideas. Sadly, increased exposure has also opened the door to radicalization … Continue reading Review: ‘Soft & Quiet’ Sends a Chilling and Poignant Message Against Hate