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Rating Title/Year Author
Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry (2021) Josh Bell It's an impressively intimate look at a star who's very forthcoming and vulnerable in her songs but tends to be private and elusive in the press. EDIT
Posted Feb 26, 2021
The Kid Detective (2020) Josh Bell Mixes deadpan humor with an intriguing mystery and film noir style, acknowledging its goofy premise while building a surprisingly engrossing plot. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2021
Supernova (2020) Josh Bell There are emotionally devastating moments, but Supernova isn't overly manipulative, and it aims for quiet sadness over melodrama. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2021
Little Fish (2020) Josh Bell Cooke and O'Connell both give strong performances, conveying the emotions of this devoted couple as they face the end of the world and the end of their connection at the same time. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2021
Nomadland (2020) Josh Bell A quiet and affecting study of people on the margins of society, with beautiful cinematography of the American west and a melancholy but hopeful tone. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2021
Locked Down (2021) Josh Bell It's an uneven and unwieldy movie that's also witty and energetic and driven by that urge to create even under the most difficult circumstances. EDIT
Posted Jan 15, 2021
Herself (2020) Josh Bell There may be a few too many uplifting montages, but the movie mostly earns its emotional release. EDIT
Posted Jan 12, 2021
Dreamland (2019) Josh Bell With its gorgeous cinematography, haunting score, careful pacing, evocative use of cross-cutting, and great performance from Margot Robbie, this is one of the best movies of 2020. EDIT
Posted Nov 18, 2020
Blood From Stone (2020) Josh Bell The story is slow-moving but engaging, with a focus on character relationships, and strong acting from the main stars. EDIT
Posted Nov 18, 2020