Sean Cordy

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SXSW Review: AppleTV+’s WeCrashed

Telling the story behind the rise and fall of WeWork and its eccentric co-founding couple Adam (Jared Leto) and Rebekah Neumann (Anne Hathaway), the...

SXSW Review: The Lost City

Minutes after seeing the premiere of The Lost City, while watching the ACC Championship game, a TV spot for the movie played. As I’m...

SXSW Review: Everything Everywhere All at Once

It has been a long time since I’ve left a movie sore from laughing too much. Right off the bat, that’s one of the...

Ozark Season 4 Review: A Worthwhile Wait of Netflix’s Greatest Show

It was worth the wait. Just like Succession coming back after production delays, the latest batch of Ozark is a reminder of just what...

A.P. Bio Season 3 Review: Flashes Promise to Stay One of TV’s Freshest Shows

NBC’s cancelled-then-saved A.P. Bio faces the ultimate test. Virtually everyone that streams the A.P. Bio Season 3 premiere on Peacock will turn into a...

‘The Argument’ Review: A Complex Comedy of Errors

Earlier in the summer, Hulu dropped one of the unique versions of the time loop genre since Groundhog Day. Now only two months since...

‘Bill and Ted Face the Music’ Review: Perfectly The Same and New All at Once

If you're in the mood to still see the world saved from armageddon and would rather not look out your window or have the...

‘Alt-Right: Age of Rage’ is an Essential Political Doc

Writer's Note: This review was written as part of the film's 2018 SXSW premiere. Reading through the text, nothing was changed beyond adding dates...

‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ Tests Patience with Mixed Results

Was the wait for Notes on a Conditional Form worth it? The months of delays and false signs of hope dating back all the way...

Spielberg’s ‘Amazing Stories’ Struggles to Live Up to The Name

Take the title with a grain of salt. It might also help to forget the name brand talent attached with a producer credit.  More than...

‘Memory: Origins of Alien’ Director on The Power of ‘Alien’ & its Cultural Status

While at Fantastic Fest, we caught one of the hottest documentaries of the year for film fans, Memory: The Origins of Alien. Directed by Alexandre...

Fantastic Fest Review: ‘Dolemite is My Name’ isn’t just Another ‘Ed Wood’

After screening in Toronto and making a surprise appearance at Fantastic Fest, Dolemite is My Name has already found a narrative as the best...

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