Rating: 4/4 stars Yogi Bear is surely one of the most subversive and intelligent children’s films ever made. There, I said it. I don’t
Category: Chicago Film Scene Reviews and Recs
It should come as no surprise that we at the Chicago Film Scene watch a lot of movies and TV. As filmmakers it’s more or less in our blood to watch everything we can. Plus, let’s be honest, it’s a fun hobby.
Here you’ll find reviews and recommendations for whatever we at CFS want to talk about. Maybe there’s a hot new movie that everyone is talking about and we want to add our voice to the conversation. Maybe there’s a TV show so obscure that few have heard of it but that deserves a new audience. Maybe it’s a list curated and organized like a cinematic playlist.
Either way, you’ll be in good hands for deciding what to watch next.
We have a long way to go before women are treated as equals in the entertainment industry, but it’s at least safe to say that female filmmakers are finally getting some of the opportunities and recognition they deserve. In honor of International Women’s Day, I’m highlighting some of the directors making strides in the industry, paving the way for a future of diverse creators. These are five female directors to be on the lookout for in the upcoming future.
Alright, friends. Ted Lasso has concluded its second series finale. I didn’t cry as much as I did the first time around in series 1, but
Dear Evan Hansen was the first ever show I saw on Broadway, in 2019. Which means, for someone with a degree in theatre, who has loved
I know what you’re thinking, please God no, not another James Bond movie ranking, I would rather be tortured by Le Chiffre. I’m well aware
Okay, maybe the whole detour from the main series storyline in Beard After Hours was in actuality just a plot to make me forget how much I
Beard After Hours Usually when a show’s narrative takes a mini vacation from the main one, one or two things are being signaled: a side