Bernard Ozarowski

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Mortal Kombat Nails the Goofy, Gory Vibe This Property Deserves (Review)

Mortal Kombat is not an objectively “good” film, but it is one hell of a fun one that gleefully embraces a midnight movie aesthetic and showcases a game set of performers.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: One World, One People (Ep. 6 Review)

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: One World, One People (Ep. 6) concludes our heroes’ journey with a muddled but amusing finale.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: Truth (Ep. 5 Review)

The Falcon and The Winter Solider: Truth (Ep. 5) marks one of the most extreme course corrections of any show in recent memory – a standout episode of a flawed series.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: The World Is Watching (Ep. 4 Review)

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: The World Is Watching (Ep. 4) sees a show that continues to execute big moments while failing all the details.

Godzilla vs Kong: A Cinematic Rematch for the Ages (Review)

Godzilla vs Kong is a joyous rematch between the two most famous kaiju in cinema history, told with a knowing wink and superb production values.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League: 7 Chapters of Disappointment

Zack Snyder’s Justice League: The Snyder Cut has arrived and left us with disappointment as the story continues to miss the essence of its characters.

Alex Noyer and James Jagger on “Sound of Violence” (SXSW Interview)

Writer-director Alex Noyer and star James Jagger discuss the creation, production, and filming of their SXSW Midnighter Sound of Violence.

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: The Star-Spangled Man (Ep. 2 Review)

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier: The Star-Spangled Man (Ep. 2) deepens the super soldier mythos while benefitting from the chemistry between its stars.

Stacey Gregg on Her Feature Debut “Here Before” (SXSW Interview)

Writer and director Stacey Gregg discusses the balance of the mundane and supernatural, delicacies of tone and Andrea Riseborough in her SXSW debut feature, Here Before.

Clerk: Funny and Surprisingly Touching Doc (SXSW Review)

Clerk makes for a smart, touching retrospective on the career of a filmmaker who has deeply influenced film comedy and independent cinema.