“Art is a product of its time; is it Get Out’s fault that the time mostly resembles a horror production?”
Bylines appear in Film School Rejects, Birth.Movies.Death, Little White Lies, Movie Mezzanine, and Screen Crush among other outlets. He also serves as a member of the Las Vegas Film Critics Society. You can follow him on Twitter at @WordsByCBiggs.
“If indeed this is Day-Lewis’ swan song, ‘Phantom Thread’ is the crowning achievement of a monumental career.”
“For a film that prides itself on being ‘based on a true story,’ ‘Molly’s Game’ often relies on moments that are too coincidental, too easy. Yet, there’s nothing here to suggest that Sorkin won’t eventually figure things out behind the camera.”
“One doesn’t expect an immediate return to iconic roles like Vincent Lauria or T.J. Mackey, but hopefully Barry Seal is just the start.”
“Regretfully, ‘Criminal’ makes up for its lack of ideas with blood, guts and even more blood.”
“Budreau is smart enough to illuminate the non-existent divide between the master performer and the man who sticks a needle in his arms, as Baker knows that he needs to stay clean to keep working, but only heroin can numb the pain.”
“It’s understandable for viewers to call something ‘overrated’ when they feel let down, however, critics should strike the word from their vocabularies.”