To the Bone looks at eating disorders
To the Bone is a journey through the lives of several young people with eating disorders. It’s hard and tough, but ends on a note of hope. The film was written and directed by Marti Noxon and stars Lily Collins. Both these women have revealed their own struggles with eating disorders. You can see the […]
Calls is a different kind of sci-fi mystery
Calls is a series of short episodes that are versions of phone calls. You never see anyone’s face, it’s all voice work and a visually engaging screensaver type representation of words, connections, and emotions. It’s streaming on Apple TV+.
Review: Emily in Paris
Emily in Paris, created by Darren Star, is definitely a typical Darren Star dramedy. It has lots of sexy underpinnings, beautiful people, and only first world problems. That’s not necessarily a bad thing if a little escapist merriment is what you need.
Okja is both heartwarming and heartbreaking. A young Korean girl and her friend the super pig Okja win our hearts. Into their charmed existence in the serene mountains comes the horror of the meat producing business.
Review: The English Teacher
The English Teacher has potential, I think, as I’m thumbing my way through Netflix on a Friday night. Julianne Moore, Greg Kinnear, Nathan Lane. It looks like a romantic comedy that could work on an otherwise long evening. I took a chance. I enjoyed it. I watched it all the way through. It wasn’t so […]