A balance of classic films and new movies were reviewed recently by the MNFCA last week. From new releases on Netflix to film’s from decades ago, Minnesota critics took a deep dive into cinema.
Here’s what the Alliance has been up to lately.
At his site, Eggert went back to the past with reviews of 1953’s “The Hitch-Hiker” and 1944’s “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl
Recently on Horror Rewind, the podcast focused on “Urban Legends: Final Cut.“
This past week on The Joe Down, Froemming reviewed 1994’s “Forest Gump” and the James Bond flick “A View to Kill.“
On the series Kyle and Nick on Film, Goethe was joined by fellow MNFCA member Nicholas Palodichuk to discuss the 2018 dramatic-comedy “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”
Paul McGuire Grimes
This week for Paul’s Trip to the Movies, Grimes reviewed “Kajillionaire” and the Netflix feature “Enola Holmes.” Grimes also joined Twin Cities Live on Sept. 25.
For the Duluth News Tribune, Lavine wrote about a local woman who was featured in a documentary focused on PETA.
At his site, Lebens reviewed the films “Alone” and “The Last Shift.”
For his blog, Liedke reviewed Netflix’s “Enola Holmes” and the thriller “Shortcut.”
At FlixChatter, Maramis reviewed “The Social Dilemma,” a Netflix documentary.
For the St. Paul Filmcast, Palodichuk spoke with director Alexander Gutterman and DP Caelan Mars about their film “The Hunter.”