Spencer – A dramatic and painful fable about Princess Diana’s time with the royal family and how crushing the weight of family history can be. Pablo Larraín directs the Kristen Stewart and the supporting cast to near perfection.
EMMA (2020) – A remarkably funny and accessible adaptation of a classic Jane Austen novel. Anya Taylor-Joy stars in this smart and enjoyable 2 hour experience.
The Last Duel – a period piece drama from Ridley Scott, #TheLastDuel is a bold and exciting film.
My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To – As incredibly thought provoking as it is claustrophobic, My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To is well worth the rental price.
Pig – another brilliant film from Neon studios, Pig stars Nicolas Cage in one of his best roles of the past few years. A surprisingly deep and well written story that stay on your mind for days afterward. Don’t let this one pass you by.
The Green Knight – An epic story based on the original ancient poem, David Lowry brings the tale of the Green Knight to the silver screen in stunning fashion.
Forrest Gump – as funny as it is entertaining, this award winning and heartwarming classic is a must watch for all generations.
Road to Perdition – this underrated gem of the gangster genre fills the screen with impressive and intentional visuals that don’t overshadow the sparse, but necessary dialogue.
Seven Samurai – the very definition of film, the grandfather of adventure, and a masters thesis by Akira Kurosawa.
Swiss Army Man – an endearing dark comedy wrapped up in a healthy amount of WTF moments.