Moxie

Moxie – Review

Vivian, the protagonist of Amy Poehler’s Moxie, starts the film timid, quietly submitting to the high school superlative of “most obedient”, and by the end of the film she is clad in a leather jacket...
The House

The House – Review

They say the House always wins. Unfortunately, that's not the case in this hit-and-miss comedy from first-time director (and co-writer) Andrew Jay Cohen, but there are still some guilty-pleasure laughs to be...
Sisters

Sisters – Review

Sisters is no Trainwreck, but it’s an absolute train wreck. That poor excuse for wordplay is funnier than any joke in this so-called comedy, which for half of its runtime resembles a Katy Perry video that...

Inside Out – Review

Little needs to be said about Inside Out; it’s more of the same from Pixar, and the same is very good. Pixar’s noted ability for creative reasoning and progressive maturity finds itself this time telling...