REVIEW: LET HIM GO (2020)

-“My boy doesn’t have to answer to you.” -“And we don’t have to answer to you.” Now is the time for westerns, apparently. Gruff movies that show the rough exteriors of those out in the country using their own vigilante justice to find closure to the traumatic events that plague their lives. This is the…

CLASSIC REVIEW: DIABOLIQUE (1955)

“There is only one possible end. We are monsters. I don’t like monsters.” Little Movie Reviews is ringing in the Halloween spooks with a review for Henri-Georges Clouzot’s 1955 horror, Diabolique. This classic film, fully enveloped with twists and turns, makes for one of the best scary movies. Diabolique tells the tale of Christina Delassalle…

NYFF REVIEW: NOMADLAND (2020)

“See you down the road.” “Not all who wander are lost.” A sentiment of inspiration for some, but no statement rings truer in Chloé Zhao’s, Nomadland. This visually stimulating film examines the modern-day nomadic lifestyle through the eyes of our protagonist. With her contact with real-life nomads, the film questions the meaning of our life…

REVIEW: I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS (2020)

“It’s tragic how few people possess their souls before they die… ‘Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.’ That’s an Oscar Wilde quote.” The elements of ambiguity within films are no stranger to director Charlie Kaufman. The fluid intricacies of the quirky romance…

REVIEW: CENTIGRADE (2020)

“Hello?! Hello?! Hello?!” We’ve seen those shows like Survivor, or even movies like Cast Away, only to think, “what would I do if I were in those survival situations?” It’s an eerie thought to have, but one you can’t help but ponder as you sit on your couch eating pizza while Bear Grylls drinks his…

REVIEW: TESLA (2020)

“Nothing grows in the shadow of an oak tree.” Electricity, computers, and cell phones, they’re all things we can’t imagine our lives without. We’re maybe even a bit too dependable. And in the process of cradling our devices to our chest, we forget those people who were at the center of this fight to give…

REVIEW: SPUTNIK (2020)

“Go back to Moscow while you still can.” In 1979, Ridley Scott’s, Alien, hit the big screen and frightened audiences around the globe. It focused on what so many other films have done since — the mysterious abyss of our unknown universe. Besides Sigourney Weaver being one of the first to break the glass ceiling…