Film Review: The Last Letter From Your Lover

★★★ As soon as Netflix’s new romance, The Last Letter From Your Lover, begins with a pretentious Ernest Hemmingway quote, a red flag is raised. From here, things only get worse, as director Augustine Frizzell attempts to cross-stitch two different time periods as if crafting Netflix’s version of The Notebook. The biggest issue is that … Continue reading Film Review: The Last Letter From Your Lover

Film Review: Here Comes Your Man

★★★★ From TLA Releasing, curators of such bonafide gay classics as Latter Days and Another Gay Movie comes your new favorite romance! Here Comes Your Man is an intimate and extensive examination of one surprising gay relationship from top to bottom (no pun intended). Hailing from writer/director Omar Salas Zamora, the sexually-charged drama follows Aaron … Continue reading Film Review: Here Comes Your Man

Film Review: A Cinderella Story: Starstruck

★★★ (Written by Allison Brown) Released in 2004, A Cinderella Story, starring Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray, was an immense success and garnered several sequels with equally star-studded, teen queen leads, including Selena Gomez, Lucy Hale, Laura Marano and Sofia Carson. I have been following the films as each gets released. Despite their incredibly … Continue reading Film Review: A Cinderella Story: Starstruck

Interview: Screenwriter/Director Jonah Feingold & Dating and New York Cast

Last week, we got joined writer/director Jonah Feingold, and actors Catherine Cohen and Brian Müller, to chat about their Tribeca breakout, Dating & New York. Narrated by doorman Cole, the film which has been picked up by IFC for a September release, plunges us into the waters of the modern dating world via the latest … Continue reading Interview: Screenwriter/Director Jonah Feingold & Dating and New York Cast

Tribeca 2021: Mark, Mary & Some Other People

★★★★ Mark, Mary & Some Other People is a delightful comedy with sharp, nudity-free sexual politics and two captivating leading performances from Ben Rosenfield and Hayley Law as Mark and Mary, respectively. The closest comparison I can provide from this charmer are 2010’s Justin Long / Drew Barrymore dramedy Going the Distance and 2009’s (500) … Continue reading Tribeca 2021: Mark, Mary & Some Other People