A fun, familiar, excessively millennial hangout romcom.
Articles by Dominick Suzanne-Mayer
Deadpool is funny and aggravating at once in its commentary on over-tired superhero cliches
Thirty years ago, two American filmmakers introduced a new style of cinema.
Fact: In one week, the Sundance Three reviewed 35 films and one Sting show.
A sweet story that reaches out and forcefully demands learned lessons.
A commentary on the voyeurism of performance that both hits and misses
A tale of youth and rage in Ohio circa 1955
A chilling if familiar exploration of lives ended by random violence
Mickey Keating adds a genre-hopping exercise in style and little else.
Werner Herzog chases human truth in the modern digital world
Another Kevin Smith movie seemingly made more for himself than anyone else.
Did you hear the one about an actress, her estranged husband, and the dictator who kidnapped them?