Taylor Cherry reviews Mudbound, the Netflix original film that earned several nominations throughout the film industry awards season.
Taylor Cherry reviews the latest installment in the Cloverfield franchise, which skipped theaters and appeared directly on Netflix.
The addition of five live-action Batman films between 1989 and 2005 to the Netflix catalog provided Taylor Cherry an opportunity to revisit and reevaluate Tim Burton’s Batman (1989) starring Michael Keaton under the cowl.
Review: Wisconsin Film Festival Nothing Lasts Forever | Tom Schiller | US | 1984 | 82 minutes Union South Marquee Theater, Saturday, April 16, 2:00pm» Taylor Hanley looks at the little-seen 1984 feature film from former Saturday Night Live writer and short filmmaker, Tom Schiller, who will be a guest at this year’s Wisconsin Film Festival. […]
Review: One Screening Only Through a Glass Darkly | Ingmar Bergman | Sweden | 1961 | 91 minutes UW Cinematheque, Chazen Museum of Art, Sunday, February 28, 2:00pm» Through a Glass Darkly is very similar to other Bergman films, with a cast made up of many of the same actors featured in his other films, […]
Missed Madison Film Festival Buzzard | Joel Potrykus | USA | 2014 | 98 minutes Four Star | Madison Public Library | Amazon Prime | GoWatchIt Buzzard follows the pathetic Marty (Joshua Burge), a bank intern who spends his time pulling small scale scams. His latest and biggest scam leads to waves of paranoia that causes him […]
Review: One Afternoon Only Amour Fou | Jessica Hausner | Austria | 2014 | 96 min WUD Marquee Film Festival, Union South Marquee Theater, Sunday, November 15, 1:00pm» Taylor Hanley argues that the dark humor and distinct visual style in Jessica Hausner’s Amour Fou provides a vivid critique of the Romantic era ideals of poet […]
Review: One Afternoon Only Daughter of Shanghai | Robert Florey | USA | 1937 | 62 min Dangerous to Know | Robert Florey | USA | 1938 | 70 min Chazen Art Museum, Sunday, October 11, 2:00pm and 3:15pm» Robert Florey’s Daughter of Shanghai and Dangerous to Know were made one year apart and both star […]
Review: One Night Only The Trial | Orson Welles | France, West Germany, Italy | 1962 | 118 min UW Cinematheque, 4070 Vilas Hall, Friday, September 11, 7:00pm» Well done, Orson Welles, well done. You really surprised me. I have seen Citizen Kane and The Third Man many times. I had to because they are […]
Review: One Afternoon Only 52 Tuesdays | Sophie Hyde | Australia | 2013 | 109 min Union South Marquee Theater, Reel Love Film Festival April 25, 1:30pm» 52 Tuesdays hits on a topic rarely explored in media until recently: the transformation from a woman to a man. It explores the topic in a way that […]