Josh Kupecki

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Revew: The Good Mother
The Good Mother
Searing drama set at the dawn of the fentanyl crisis

Movie Review, Sept. 1, 2023

Revew: Retribution
Liam Neeson does the Liam Neeson thing, this time with exploding cars in Berlin

Movie Review, Aug. 25, 2023

Revew: Chile '76
Chile '76
Story of radicalization evokes the golden age of political thriller

Movie Review, Aug. 18, 2023

Revew: Aporia
Judy Greer contemplates killing her own Hitler in this intriguing time-travel drama

Movie Review, Aug. 11, 2023

Revew: Afire
Summer retreat becomes a point of friction in this sure-footed melodrama

Movie Review, July 28, 2023

Revew: Stay Awake
Stay Awake
Low-key drama puts teenage caregivers of an adult addict first

Movie Review, July 7, 2023

Revew: Master Gardener
Master Gardener
A lesser study in collapsing masculinity from Paul Schrader

Movie Review, May 19, 2023

Revew: Wild Life
Wild Life
Biography of the millionaires saving millions of acres of mountains

Movie Review, April 28, 2023

Revew: Somewhere in Queens
Somewhere in Queens
Sitcom royalty underdelivers with a stack of Italian American stereotypes

Movie Review, April 21, 2023

Revew: Smoking Causes Coughing
Smoking Causes Coughing
Rubber director's sentai spoof is weird, discursive magic

Movie Review, March 31, 2023

SXSW Film Review: <i>Join or Die</i>
Film Review: Join or Die
Can Rotary Clubs and bowling save America?

Screens, March 20, 2023

SXSW Film Review: <i>The Lady Bird Diaries</i>
Film Review: The Lady Bird Diaries
The first lady and her tumultuous times, in her own words

Screens, March 17, 2023

SXSW Film Review: <i>Angel Applicant</i>
Film Review: Angel Applicant
Award-winning documentary finds two artists linked by one disease

SXSW, March 17, 2023

Revew: Moving On
Moving On
Misguided rape-revenge dramedy depends on Tomlin and Fonda's charm

Movie Review, March 17, 2023

Revew: Full Time
Full Time
French drama revamps the ticking clock thriller as biting social commentary

Movie Review, March 17, 2023

Thomas Kinkade Was the World's Biggest Selling Painter. <i>Art for Everybody</i> Asks Why.
Thomas Kinkade Was the World's Biggest Selling Painter. Art for Everybody Asks Why.
Shedding light on the superstar of schmaltz

Screens, March 9, 2023

Revew: Luther: The Fallen Sun
Luther: The Fallen Sun
Everyone's favorite rule-breaking copper ends up lost in the snow

Movie Review, March 3, 2023

Revew: 2023 Oscar-Nominated Short Films – Documentary
2023 Oscar-Nominated Short Films – Documentary
Environmental warnings come with mordant humor and sweetness

Movie Review, Feb. 17, 2023

Revew: Saint Omer
Saint Omer
French true-crime drama gives sharp insight into the immigrant experience

Movie Review, Jan. 13, 2023

Revew: Corsage
Vicky Krieps shines in this sullen biopic of Austrian Empress Elisabeth

Movie Review, Jan. 6, 2023

Revew: White Noise
White Noise
Can Don DeLillo's postmodern landmark make it to the actual future?

Movie Review, Dec. 9, 2022

Revew: There There
There There
Mumblecore pioneer innovates again with his pandemicless pandemic film

Movie Review, Nov. 25, 2022

Revew: Last Flight Home
Last Flight Home
The decision to embrace death becomes a touching affirmation of life

Movie Review, Oct. 28, 2022

Revew: Decision to Leave
Decision to Leave
Park Chan-wook strips away his signature violence for a tender, tragic love story

Movie Review, Oct. 21, 2022

Revew: Old Man
Old Man
Uninspired cabin-in-the-words horror elevated by engaging acting

Movie Review, Oct. 14, 2022

Revew: Stars at Noon
Stars at Noon
Minor Claire Denis juggles an ill-fated love affair and a murky espionage plot

Movie Review, Oct. 14, 2022

Revew: The Good House
The Good House
Sigourney Weaver drags this addiction drama out of comfortable numbness

Movie Review, Sept. 30, 2022

Revew: Waiting for Bojangles
Waiting for Bojangles
Ham-fisted literary adaptation loses everything interesting about the book

Movie Review, Sept. 2, 2022

Revew: The Territory
The Territory
Inside the war to save the Amazon and its Indigenous peoples

Movie Review, Aug. 19, 2022

Revew: Emily the Criminal
Emily the Criminal
Aubrey Plaza goes from wage slave to free crook in a capitalist critique

Movie Review, Aug. 12, 2022

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