welcome to Mirrora monthly movie column in which I rewatch and then rewatch a movie I’ve already seen under the new (and improved?) review lens of 2021. I’m so glad you’re here. I remember very well when Marie Antoinette released in theaters 15 years ago. As a young teenager stillRead More →

Sand set in the not-so-distant future, this frayed assemblage of loosely interconnected sketches plays like ideas Charlie Brooker had while he was tipsy for episodes of Black Mirror, then crumpled up and tossed in his wastebasket. But those ideas were scavenged, scripted, and shot by student filmmakers whose underpaid tutorsRead More →