April Wolfe is lead film critic for L.A. Weekly. If you talk to her about wolves or the Swedish-Serbian ultra-black comedy Montenegro, she'll never leave you alone.
6 days ago | Film and TV
Gervasi sets us up for some intrigue, where Addison is the only person in the whole crazy world who stands up to the cops for immediately thinking that Kevin — who is black — would be a drug dealer in a gang
7 days ago | Film and TV
Those expecting camp or catfights won’t find them in Gillespie’s movie, which instead offers thoughtful and somewhat objective critiques ...
Craig Gillespie’s raucous Tonya Harding biopic, I, Tonya, isn’t all #TeamTonya or #TeamTruth — will we ever know the full, real story? Gillespie doesn’t pretend to be definitive. Instead, he spins the tragedy of Tonya Harding and Nancy...
Watching November Criminals, Sacha Gervasi’s plunge into high-school ennui and intrigue, I couldn’t help but wonder: Fuck, are we still making kids read The Catcher in the Rye?
Ansel Elgort plays philosophy-obsessed outsider...
9 days ago | Film and TV
James and Dave Franco sit across from me, shoved into the back corner of an echo-y Four Seasons meeting room. It's 5 p.m., and before we begin talking about their new film, The Disaster Artist — co-starring the two brothers and directed by the eld...