This year Walt Disney Studios asked audiences to go on an internal journey with Meilin Lee (Turning Red) as she came into her own while addressing a generational blessing, and then look to the stars with the adventurous and introspective-resistant… Read More ›
Actor Zoey Deutch brings top-tier villain energy in satirical comedy “Not Okay.”
When watching Quinn Shephard’s Not Okay, it may feel familiar to another movie that came out last year based on a popular Broadway show of the same name. The plot is so eerily similar, but with a wider net of… Read More ›
Charming from the start, comedy “Four Samosas” is the little heist film that could. [Tribeca Film Festival]
According to the press notes for comedy Four Samosas, actor/writer/director Ravi Kapoor was struggling to figure out what his next directorial project was going to be after 2015’s Miss India America. His impulse was to go bigger, turning into something… Read More ›
A Conversation with “7 Days” actor and co-writer Karan Soni.
EoM contributor Thomas Manning speaks with actor and co-writer Karan Soni about his work on the indie film 7 Days. During this conversation, Soni speaks about collaborating with his co-star Geraldine Viswanathan in this romantic comedy, his development of the… Read More ›
Front row seats just opened up for “Trolls World Tour” and it’s at your house.
2020’s been one series of surprises after another. You’d run out of fingers trying to list all of the unexpected events and I’m here to present you with another: Trolls World Tour is a near-perfect exploration of cultural appropriation and… Read More ›
“Like a Boss” celebrates friendship making for a wonderful catharsis: a home release review.
A Word of Warning: This home release review is going to get a little personal. If you want to know about the film without all the excess, jump to the spoiler-free theatrical review. The whole reason I love movies as… Read More ›
“Like A Boss” is a celebration of the bonds we share with the family we choose.
Originating from the mind of Danielle Sanchez-Witzel (My Name Is Earl, Whitney) and featuring the direction of Miquel Arteta (Beatriz at Dinner, Duck Butter) comes Like A Boss, a love story about friendship, loyalty, and faith centered around two lifelong… Read More ›
You can catch all the action now that “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” is available on home video.
Of the various games and crazes to come out of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s, there is none still so active and prolific as the Pokémon games. First created as a card-based game which gamified Satoshi Tajiri’s childhood passion for collecting… Read More ›
“Unicorn Store” ponders the eternal question: does growing old mean growing up?
Was is it about adulthood that makes people seemingly accept growing cynical and world-weary? Who created the rules which say that doing things one way, and only that way, is the right way? That once you reach a certain age,… Read More ›
If you’ve been craving a family-friendly “Deadpool”, you certainly get your wish.
For the uninitiated, Deadpool is a comic book character unlike any other. It’s not that he’s indestructible thanks to a mutant healing factor or that he’s a highly trained assassin, it’s that he knows he’s in a comic book. Having… Read More ›
‘Deadpool 2’ packs as many laughs as bullets in this surprising sequel.
The less audiences know about Deadpool 2 going in, the better, so everything that follows will refrain from the kind of details that would spoil the experience. So what should you expect? Violence, profanity, a surprising amount of genuine heart,… Read More ›