Dan is a freelance film critic who hopes to encourage people to venture outside of their comfort zone and try out different movies. He is a proud supporter of independent cinema, but will give pretty much anything a try.
Uncut Gems: BRWC LFF Review
Fresh from the success of the terrific Heaven Knows What and the wonderfully absorbing Good Time, the Safdie Brothers’ latest
Bad Education: BRWC LFF Review.
Having first burst onto the scene in 2017 with the astonishingly brilliant Thoroughbreds, Cory Finley’s sophomore picture is a
In Oliver Hermanus’ unflinching look at homophobia during Apartheid-era South Africa, 18-year-old Nicholas must hide his sexual tendencies while completing his two years
Wash Westmoreland's Tokyo-based thriller, Earthquake Bird, has all the right ingredients, but lacks the elements required to make for anything other than a
A Hidden Life
Terrence Malick is a filmmaker who never fails to inspire debate. His films, while aesthetically pleasing, are often just impressionistic enough to