Posts Tagged ‘Jon Bernthal’
"Small Engine Repair" sorta feels like a depraved version of “Three Men and Baby” only fast forwarded 18 years and married to Peter Berg’s directorial debut “Very Bad Things.”
On the latest two episodes of their podcast, Film Yap contributors Logan Sowash and Andy Carr sit down to discuss one of the modern American trilogies, by rising-star writer/director Taylor Sheridan: The “American Frontier” Trilogy. This is an unofficial trilogy of Sheridan’s films, lauded by journalists and Internet forums for its commentary, sharp wit, and […]
Taylor Sheridan is an actor-turned-writer-turned-writer/director who I’ve had my eyes on since his screenwriting came to prominence in 2015 and 2016 with Sicario and Hell or High Water, the latter of which is one of my favorite films of the last two decades. He followed those up with his directorial debut in 2017, Wind River, which was unfairly swept under […]
Aside from just being one of the best movies of the year, "Ford v Ferrari" unspools the greatest sports legend most people have never heard of.
A half-step down from a masterpiece, this gripping neo-Western explores the themes of alienation and degradation.
"Wind River," Taylor Sheridan's powerful follow-up to "Hell or High Water," is a contemplation of the strangers within our midst.
Indy Film Fest starts off with a bang with the neo-Western "Wind River," Taylor Sheridan's powerful follow-up to "Hell or High Water."
“The Accountant” isn’t a bad movie, it just forgets itself. In trying too hard to be both Jason Bourne and Will Hunting, it wanders into absurdity.