Pieces of a Woman feels unbearably real

Pieces of a Woman tells the story of a parent’s worst nightmare. Vanessa Kirby plays a woman whose child dies just minutes after being born. Everyone in the film deals with the grief in their own way, but Kirby’s Martha is so real in her agony that it’s painful to sit with her for the 2 hours of the film.

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Review: The Peanut Butter Falcon

The Peanut Butter Falcon puts a fleeing young man with Down Syndrome, a fleeing small time crook, and a care home worker into an adventure about coming of age, finding your chosen family, and floating down river on a raft. There are some minor spoilers ahead.

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Review: American Honey

American Honey is a long road trip among the disenfranchised and forgotten world of cast-off teenagers. A group of teens with no one to care take off in search of adventure while selling magazine subscriptions. Continue reading “Review: American Honey”

Watch This: Trailer for American Honey

American Honey is a young people’s movie. Nevertheless, it caught the attention of this elder. The film’s star, Sasha Lane, is Texas State college freshman without previous acting experience. According to the reviews from Cannes, she turns in an outstanding performance. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for American Honey”