RogerEbert.com — Kill Your Darlings

“Kill Your Darlings” plays like a sort of Muppet Babies version of the Beat Poets. The self-serious way these figures regard themselves—and the self-serious way the film regards them—is cringe-inducing, early and often. My RogerEbert.com review. Read the review here

What the Flick?! — Kill Your Darlings

Alonso liked this film about the early days of the Beat Poets — specifically, Allen Ginsberg — way better than I did. I was cringing early and often at its self-seriousness, but really enjoyed Dane DeHaan’s performance.

RogerEbert.com — Things Never Said

A love of spoken-word poetry is pretty much essential for enjoying the indie drama “Things Never Said.” But co-stars Shanola Hampton and Omari Hardwick do have great chemistry with each other. My review for RogerEbert.com. Read the review here