Den Skyldige (The Guilty) (2018)

Den Skyldige is the feature debut for writer and director Gustav Möller. The film follows Asger (Cedergren), an emergency call handler, who receives a call that changes the trajectory of his shift, and ultimately his life. What comes next is a twisting and turning story that maintains a steady, and intense, pace. As the mysteries

Jojo Rabbit (2019)

A 10 year old fervent Nazi youth, Jojo (played by Roman Griffin Davis), struggles to find his place in the declining Third Reich. Jojo is a young fatherless child, being raised alone by his mother Rosie, played by Johansson, coping and working his way through life. This black comedy satire set in Nazi Germany brings

Lighthouse, The (2019)

Two 19th century wickies, lighthouse keepers, find themselves stranded by the weather on an island that tests their sanity and identity. I did not realize, until watching the behind the scenes video after the film, that Robert Eggers, director of The Witch, was behind this one. It makes sense though as it has his dark

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (2019)

An aging western "heavy", Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), always playing the villain, and his long-time stuntman, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), are both finding their way through the late 60's. Dalton is coming to terms with the decline of his career and Cliff is living a life below the poverty line while looking through the window

Judy (2019)

Judy Garland will always be remembered for her classic role in The Wizard of Oz, however, her story only starts there. Her struggles throughout life led to a tragic and unrelenting lifestyle that is catalogued in this love letter to her memory. Renée Zellweger plays Judy in the final months of life as she sets