Earlier in the year, I introduced you to Oriane Pick and Rachel Mariam through their web series Call it a Day. While they are still working their way through the festival circuit with the series, they have remained busy. Most recently, they have turned their attention toward trying to help break the stigmas that surround schizophrenia through their short film I Am. Continue reading “I Am” seeks to paint a different picture of schizophrenia
Without further ado, it’s time that I present to you the winners of the 2019 Bib’s Corner Film Awards. Continue reading Inaugural Bib’s Corner Film Awards *Winners*
As I did last year, I plan to watch as many movies as possible this year. Along the way I’ll be rating those movies and adding them to this list. Continue reading Every 2020 Movie (Ranked)
After allowing the movies I watched in 2019 to marinate for a while I am finally ready to announce the nominees for the 1st Annual Bib’s Corner Movie Awards.
What better way to do that than creating my own awards? Continue reading 1st Annual Bib’s Corner Movie Awards (Nominees)
One of my goals for 2019 was to keep a running ranking of every movie I watched this year. That way I wasn’t spending too much energy trying to figure out how I felt about a movie from January when December rolled around. I still ended up shifting some of the movies at the end but it was much easier starting out with a baseline. Continue reading Every 2019 Movie (ranked)
With awards season upon us I find myself already being disappointed by the nominees. Many great performances and movies are being overlooked (as usual) and rather than being frustrated I’ve decided to do my part in making sure they’re recognized.
What better way to do that than creating my own awards? Continue reading 1st Annual Bib’s Corner Movie Awards (shortlists)
Waves has a strong cast, headlined by Sterling K. Brown and rising star Kelvin Harrison, Jr. The first story is about toxic masculinity but both stories highlight how a lack of communication within a family can be devastating. Continue reading Waves Review: 2 stories about love and family
I watch a lot of movies and I would be lying if I said that I didn’t forget many things but the opening 5 minutes of The Last Black Man in San Francisco are the most powerful opening 5 minutes I can remember seeing. Continue reading The Last Black Man in San Francisco review: Poignant and beautiful
Brittany Runs a Marathon starts out strong with great humor and an inspiring story. Then, when things appear to be looking up for Brittany she devolves and hurts the people around her. This killed the good vibes and simply made me dislike her the rest of the movie. Continue reading Brittany Runs a Marathon review: An unlikeable lead
I went into Parasite blind so I was incredibly shocked by what I saw. Bong Joon Ho has to be up for every writing and directing award for his work here. Even when I knew things weren’t going to go well I felt secure and when he took that away it left me devastated. By the end I was hurt but the message had been received. Continue reading Parasite review: Funny, Real, then Dark