Cain Noble-Davies

7.8

Fly Me to the Moon

… balances a retro approach to onscreen romance, and indeed the romance of literally shooting for the stars, with well-earned moments of introspection and poking at the emphasis placed on
8.5

The Beast

… the in-depth braininess of the script and the sublime film craft (Anita Roth’s editing during the final act is bonkers in all the right ways) create a compelling and

The Garfield Movie

There doesn’t really need to be another feature-length Garfield film. While the previous two attempts (including the one that Bill Murray notoriously signed on for by mistake) lend plenty of
9

IF

After cornering the cinematic market for sensory horror with the A Quiet Place series, writer/director/actor John Krasinski’s latest feature is quite the departure from both his horror genre breakthrough and

Fremont

Building from her real-life history as an Afghan refugee (a TV journalist in her native land, who had to flee the Taliban), Anaita Wali Zada’s film debut as Donya shows