Love, Scott is at its best when it’s an intimate portrait of its subject, but it too often strays from that path to become anything more than a generic documentary.
Keely and Du is a thrilling movie about the abortion debate. Unless the subject matter turns you off, it is worthwhile.
Cold War is a great bittersweet romance “highlight” reel. If you have any interest in dramas or romances you need to see it.
The Long Dumb Road is a funny and familiar road trip movie. If you want to laugh, it will satisfy that urge.
All About Nina overcomes a familiar plot with a funny script and tremendous central performance, making it something you should seek out.
Mouthpiece is a great emotional experience and has a central gimmick that is essential in making it effective.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a fairly generic coming-of-age movie whose specific subject matter and acting makes it worthwhile.
Climax is a visual delight, even if what you’re watching isn’t always pleasant, content-wise.
Thunder Road is a great movie with a tremendous lead performance. When it gets released, check it out.
Assassination Nation is messy and takes too long to get going to be anything other than an angry, well-intentioned movie that’ll only satisfy a specific audience.