Review: ‘Women Talking’ Confronts Self-Loathing & Misogyny In Religous Communities

The anger one feels toward oneself can be a destructive force. We blame ourselves for actions that have occurred, even if they were out of our control. Sometimes, we find ourselves unwilling to act because we believe we are culpable for how a situation unfolded. At the heart of Women Talking, Sarah Polley's stunning new … Continue reading Review: ‘Women Talking’ Confronts Self-Loathing & Misogyny In Religous Communities

2012 Retrospective: ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ – Wes Anderson’s Return to Form

There are some instances where a filmmaker stumbles on the road. In 2007, The Darjeeling Limited felt like a misfire for the successful indie darling Wes Anderson. A film about three brothers reuniting after the death of their father was well reviewed and featured some good performances. Yet it also raised questions about Anderson's ability to … Continue reading 2012 Retrospective: ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ – Wes Anderson’s Return to Form