Review: Sara Newens & Mina Son’s Documentary ‘Top Spin’ Is an Engaging Look Into the World of Competitive Table Tennis




Last year, I reviewed the documentary Touch the Wall about Olympian swimmers Kara Lynn Joyce and superstar Missy Franklin and really enjoyed it. I loved the journeys that were shown Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘X/Y’ and why we’re not all fine.




So many of us are brilliant actors in our everyday lives. There is a fine line between what everyone expects our lives to be like and actual happiness. More often Read More →

What does Jemaine Clement, Vampire Roommates, Students & Free Screening have in common?




Ever since I heard about What We Do In The Shadows, I’ve been dying to see it. The movie has gotten RAVE reviews and has been released in New Zealand Read More →

Jeremy Goes to the Indy Film Fest: ‘Fort Tilden’ Is a Hilarious and Poignant Snapshot of Privileged Millennial Discontent




Many are the films that depict the haze that young people are in once they graduate from college. Few are the films that depict that haze in a convincing and Read More →

Jeremy’s Review of ‘Mutual Friends’, a Rom-Com Fit for NYC




In a city the size of New York, with so many different personalities and the possibility for literally any situation to arise, it’s no wonder it is the setting for Read More →

Liz’s ‘Thanksgiving’ Review: Let’s Talk Turkey and Truth




Over the holiday weekend, I went to a typical NYC rooftop party. The company was comprised mostly of young lawyers and investment bankers in their mid to late twenties. When Read More →