Last Stop Larrimah

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for Last Stop Larrimah. A cute little documentary called “Last Stop Larrimah” is entertaining. The movie first paints a picture of a bunch of wisecracking residents who call this outpost in the middle of nowhere home. They are largely old and live in a little hamlet with a … Read more

Joan Baez: I Am a Noise

Looking at this title, one may think, “A noise? Really?” After all, Joan Baez’s voice is generally considered as one of the most gorgeous—some could even say best—in all of popular music.It’s a voice that has inspired many people around the globe and continues to do so decades after she passed away, inspiring singers like … Read more

Pet Sematary: Bloodlines

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for Pet Sematary: Bloodlines. Sometimes the joke is so obvious that it irritates people. There’s more to “Sometimes dead is better” than the famous remark from “Pet Sematary,” which is frequently uttered with a comedic imitation of a Maine accent. It also makes for a witty title debating … Read more

Totally Killer

In the incredibly cheeky and astute “Totally Killer,” “Halloween” and “Back to the Future” are combined. This complex genre mash from director Nahnatchka Khan (“Always Be My Maybe,” “Fresh Off the Boat”) is a fish-out-of-water comedy with funny one-liners blended with time-travel sci-fi that actually kind of makes sense. The scary aspect of this horror … Read more

The Exorcist: Believer

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for The Exorcist: Believer. The movie “The Exorcist: Believer” is really nice, but it’s so full of personalities and half-formed ideas that you could leave it wondering what it could have been. David Gordon Green, who recently oversaw a trilogy of “Halloween” sequels, directed and co-wrote the film. … Read more

The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. The superb adaptation of “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial,” a Showtime/Paramount+ movie that might initially seem insignificant for the man who gave the world “The Exorcist” and “The French Connection,” but this is a deceptively brilliant piece of work, a reminder of the refined, … Read more

Cat Person

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for Cat Person. “Cat Person” illustrates the perils of dating a man whose concept of romance is Han Solo kissing Princess Leia in the asteroid belt. However, how are you meant to spot such a tiny red flag? A local arthouse theater employs 20-year-old college student Margot (Emilia … Read more

My Sailor, My Love

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for My Sailor, My Love. The Finnish director Klaus Härö’s English-language debut, “My Sailor, My Love,” centers on a tense story of familial love gone wrong and romantic love discovered almost too late. Despite its best efforts, it frequently sacrifices the most analytical elements of its family drama … Read more

The Storms of Jeremy Thomas

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any streaming offers for The Storms of Jeremy Thomas. Both the writing and making of films by Mark Cousins are well known. The overlap between the two is so great that a circle would be used to represent their relationship in a Venn diagram if you attempted to create one. Cousins … Read more

Something You Said Last Night

For Something You Said Last Night, we were unable to locate any streaming deals. In “Something You Said Last Night,” the feature directorial debut of Luis De Filippis, a family vacation gets off to a rocky start. When her disapproving mother, Mona (Ramona Milano), isn’t looking, Ren (Carmen Madonia) sneaks puffs from her illegal vape … Read more