Tagged with Indie Film

Review: Big Significant Things, 2015, dir. Bryan Reisberg

Review: Big Significant Things, 2015, dir. Bryan Reisberg


“Channeling its theme of millennial ennui and disaffection, Bryan Reisberg’s handsomely crafted indie road trip comedy Big Significant Things has little to say, but says it with wit and style. Reisberg doesn’t pretend to have the answers, which doesn’t feel like a cop out since Craig Harrison–the neurotic, effete protagonist–doesn’t have any solutions. Harry simply … Continue reading

Review: Tangerine, 2015, dir. Sean Baker

Review: Tangerine, 2015, dir. Sean Baker


“Picture this: You’re visiting Los Angeles, just outside West Hollywood. The sun is beating down with such solar gusto the sidewalk shimmers. You’re en route to the nearby Donut Time for a breakfast of fried confections to start your day. No sooner do you set foot through the door and sidle up to the counter, … Continue reading

Review: Doomsdays, 2015, dir. Eddie Mullins

Review: Doomsdays, 2015, dir. Eddie Mullins


“When one door closes, another opens. In Eddie Mullins’ Doomsdays, that second door is actually a window through which his protagonists, Dirty Fred (Justin Rice) and Bruho (Leo Fitzpatrick), make a hasty egress. They’re vagabonds living off the grid by choice, breaking and entering into empty vacation homes in the Catskills in search of sustenance … Continue reading