“Joker” is not a date-night movie much less a film for children; it is disturbing, raw, frightening, and human. It is a character study that would be heralded as such if it were called anything but “Joker.”
Ghost World is a dark comedy about the awkwardness of growing up, growing apart, and trying to squeeze into an identity you don’t fit in.
Initially shelved in America do to racial backlash, “White Dog” is an exercise in bluntness, viciously confronting and sinking its teeth into the discussion of racism as it begs the question: Can it be cured?
It is evident from the very first reel of the film that Quentin Tarantino has graduated from a student of film to a somewhat mythical master of it long ago. For his 9th Film Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood, his mastery is on full display, albeit with mixed results.
Now that Avengers: Endgame has come and gone, we here at the New Boys Republic have developed a list comprised of the 10 films remaining on this years slate we’re excited to see.