Prepare for 'The Quiet Girl' Summer
Josh highly recommends this warm-hearted Academy Award nominee.
An Unofficial Guide to the 2023 Best Animated Short Oscar Nominees
Josh is finding a niche with animation; he's back to declare a winner from another 2023 Oscar category.
An Unofficial Guide to the 2023 Best Animated Feature Oscar Nominees
Josh runs through the animated nominees and picks his own winner.
The Horrors of Imagination in 'Skinamarink'
Oliver explains why this terrifying horror film helped him remember why he started loving the genre in the first place.
Making Light of Death in 'Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio'
Introducing Joseph, who is making his BFB debut with a review of a Best Animated Feature Oscar contender.
'Mars One' Celebrates Safe Space
Pedro is over the moon about this hidden Brazilian gem.
'White Noise:' A Delightfully Different Wavelength
Jonathan's heart hertz when he hears people dismissing Baumbach's latest pitch. Sonar-t cool :(
Come One, Come All, to Experience the Joys of the 'Cirkus'
Josh bought a ticket to the greatest show on earth: a Bollywood slapstick with loads of charisma.
Seeing the Good in 'The Whale'
Oliver has found a movie that made him want to be a better person; how rare such films are.
'Avatar: The Way of Water'-ing the Sci-Fi Odyssey Drought
Jack had a religious experience, and he has James Cameron to thank for it.
'Bones and All' Gives the Coming-of-Age Story Teeth
Newcomer Bailey digs into Guadagnino's tempestuous cannibal love story.
National Healing in 'Argentina, 1985' – Nunca Más!
Pedro commends an Argentinian courtroom drama that confronts past administrative tragedies.
Lawrence Dips Back into the Indie Scene for 'Causeway'
Nicholas checked out a debut filmmaker's lowkey piece that boasts standout performances.
2022 A to Z Movie Challenge: K – O
Lydia delivers Part 3 of her international film challenge.
'Aftersun' and the Fragility of Memory
Jonathan pays a tender tribute to Charlotte Wells' hyper-personal feature debut.