Impeccably researched, honest, and raw in its ache, Henderson has crafted a gem of a paradox with her documentary, which at once honors and frustrates its form.
Lorelei is a flawed woman undeserving of the excoriating critique she has received.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes makes it through as becoming one of the more memorable films of 2023.
Popularly lauded as a feminist masterpiece, Poor Things is less like a manifesto and more like an elevated sex comedy.
All in all, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is a cinematic milestone. There is a genuine joy to everything this tour stands for.
With the latest Mission: Impossible film now available for home viewing – and an eighth film soon to come – we at Screen Speck ranked the films of the enduring spy-action franchise.
I have grown up, I carry a neurodivergent variety of pain, and I fail at coping with reality many times, but the starry-eyed little girl with glasses lives on.
Oppenheimer is a mirror to the men and moments we have had to survive.
Great Gerwig’s Barbie fails to dig deeper than the plastic molding of the doll, which seems like a missed opportunity.
El Conde, while primarily driven by its dark humor, keeps in tension the twisted and menacing reality of what Chileans lived through at the hands of Pinochet.