Author Archives: John Ehrett
On the Basis of Sex, though well-acted, sidesteps tough questions of justice in favor of mass appeal.
The brilliance of its components is utterly absent from the finished product.
Damien Chazelle’s moon landing film eschews scientistic triumphalism in favor of raw fear and love.
Finally, a summer film that’s light on CGI and demographic pandering, and heavy on joy.
A new documentary on the life of Fred Rogers rekindles the transformative power of neighborliness.
More than its predecessors, this dino thriller comes with a strong natural-law sense of right and wrong.
“First Reformed” is multilayered, artistic, and serious: there should be far more movies like this.
The new film is painful, hypnotizing, and will leave viewers longing for justice.
Forget self-sacrifice, ’tis better to demand love than learn how to give it in this Hollywood aberration.
Far more than globalist propaganda, the movie tackles tough issues of race, place, and culture.
from The American Conservative