RogerEbert.com — Wind River

If you liked “Sicario” and “Hell or High Water,” please seek out “Wind River.” Screenwriter Taylor Sheridan also directs this time, telling the story of a murder mystery at a Wyoming Indian reservation. It’s gripping and chilling, with a rich sense of place and strong performances from Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen as the investigators […]

What the Flick?! — The One I Love

Alonso and I did an all-spoiler review of the extremely inventive drama “The One I Love,” starring Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss as a couple struggling to save their marriage. Seriously, do not watch this review ’til you’ve seen the movie. It’s twisty. (But FYI, we both really liked it.)

RogerEbert.com — Elena

The documentary “Elena” is intimate and impressionistic but ultimately a little self-indulgent as it explores the transcendent nature of the sisterly bond. But what begins in beautiful, intriguing fashion ends up feeling surprisingly dull. My RogerEbert.com review. Read the review here

Veronica Mars

Warner Bros. Pictures Rated PG-13 for sexuality including references, drug content, violence and some strong language. Running time: 108 minutes. Three stars out of four. Full confession time: I’ve never seen a single episode of “Veronica Mars.” It just escaped my pop-culture purview a decade ago for whatever reason. I knew it had achieved a […]

What the Flick?! — Winter’s Tale

Colin Farrell stars in this batshit-crazy, time-travel romance which has an interior mythology that’s complicated and convoluted but never boring. We all enjoyed saying WTF? this week during our What the Flick?! review.

RogerEbert.com — Twice Born

“Twice Born” takes the Bosnian conflict and tastelessly uses it as the backdrop for a melodramatic romance and a twisty mystery involving paternity. The ill-suited Penelope Cruz and Emile Hirsch struggle to convince us that they’re desperately in love with each other. My RogerEbert.com review. Read the review here