Palm Springs

Release: Friday, July 10, 2020 (Hulu) →Hulu Written by: Andy Siara Directed by: Max Barbakow Palm Springs, a buzzy new Hulu original starring Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti and J.K. Simmons, for me has an unusual distinction. This romantic comedy about two strangers stuck in a time loop at a wedding boasts one of the best post-credits scenes I've … Continue reading Palm Springs

Buffaloed

Release: Friday, February 14, 2020 (limited) →Hulu  Written by: Brian Sacca Directed by: Tanya Wexler Buffaloed is a great example of why I love Zoey Deutch. I haven't always loved the movies she's been in -- Why Him? (which I've seen) and Dirty Grandpa (which I make my life goal to avoid) I like to think are good … Continue reading Buffaloed

Villains

Release: Friday, September 20, 2019 →Hulu  Written by: Dan Berk; Robert Olsen Directed by: Dan Berk; Robert Olsen In terms of competence, small-time criminals Mickey (Bill Skarsgård) and Jules (Maika Monroe) are closer to the Harry and Marv end of the spectrum than they are the Bonnie and Clyde side. These impetuous twenty-somethings are not very good at … Continue reading Villains

The Beach Bum

Release: Friday, March 29, 2019 →Hulu Written by: Harmony Korine Directed by: Harmony Korine Spoiler alert for those who demand any lessons or morals be taught in a movie: The Beach Bum is not for you. It's a hedonist adventure "from the mind of" Harmony Korine, a not-for-everyone kind of filmmaker notorious for creating dreamlike experiences that more or less forsake … Continue reading The Beach Bum

Wounds

Release: Friday, October 18, 2019 (Hulu -- U.S./Netflix internationally) →Hulu Written by: Babak Anvari Directed by: Babak Anvari The word 'wounds' really makes me feel icky. It's a trigger for me like 'moist' is for others. (Sorry if I just made you wince.) I hate. The word. Wounds. Masochist that I am, I chose to watch a movie … Continue reading Wounds

Little Monsters

Release: Friday, October 11, 2019 (Hulu) →Hulu Written by: Abe Forsythe Directed by: Abe Forsythe With the horror-comedy Little Monsters, Australian director and actor Abe Forsythe is empowering teachers and children alike, arming them with brains and bravery as they try to survive hordes of flesh-eating zombies -- the slow kind, not the fast kind. It's a really admirable … Continue reading Little Monsters