Every year, right around the kickoff of fall, movie fans and critics start thinking about the best movies they’ve seen in the calendar year. The good, bad, ugly, and the … Continue reading How Michael Sarnoski’s ‘Pig’ grows richer with each viewing
Consider this the repost section. “Father Stu” is based on a true story and snuck under the radar last year, suffering due to critics not totaling biting down on Mark … Continue reading Netflix take or leave pick of the week: Mark Wahlberg in ‘Father Stu’
Tom Cruise and company made this one as good as it possible.
Regular horror genre fans aren’t quite ready for Ti West’s “Pearl,” the origin tale to the breakout spring feature, “X.” If you blinked and missed it back in March, the … Continue reading The Film Buffa: ‘Pearl’ doubles down on the twisted nature of Ti West’s ‘X’
Revenge may be a dish that is best served cold in the end, but it usually begins in the warmest part of the human heart. That very place where an … Continue reading The Film Buffa: ‘Sniper. The White Raven’ review
Profiting off religion is why the polarizing subject gets so much hate. People taking gospel or a bible and bringing people together under the false pretenses that they are being … Continue reading The Film Buffa reviews ‘Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.’
I have you covered, 80’s action lovers.
Going into George Miller’s first feature in seven years-following “Mad Max: Fury Road” is wildly unfair for any movie-I had no idea what to expect out of “Three Thousand Years … Continue reading The Film Buffa: George Miller’s ‘Three Thousand Years’ only made me long for the exit
Pencil this in as a legit Best Documentary contender.
Movies that look like one thing and turn out to be another thing are marvelous cinematic creatures, like a middle-aged man wearing Viking furs in the Norwegian woods to feel … Continue reading The Film Buffa: ‘Wild Men’ is superbly written and leaves a dent in you