Clint Eastwood’s latest, the biopic Richard Jewell, is a powerful, must-see film that explores what it means to be a hero. Real-life heroes don’t wear capes, and usually they don’t look like movie stars.
Review: Booksmart (2019)
Some people have been calling Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut the “female Superbad,” which is ironic because co-lead Beanie Feldstein is the younger sister of Superbad star Jonah Hill, but Booksmart is so much more than that. Wilde and her team of screenwriters have crafted a hilarious, poignant, and wholly unique coming-of-age film that is primarily focused on the relationship between two female soon-to-be high school graduates.