Michael Nordine is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.
8 hours ago | Film and TV
Even by the standards of Yorgos Lanthimos, The Lobster's premise is a doozy: Colin Farrell plays a recently single schlub forced to report to the Hotel, where he has 45 days to form a romantic relationship lest he be turned into an animal of his c...
Pelé is to soccer what Michael Jordan is to basketball, which given "the beautiful game's" global reach puts him in contention for the world's most influential athlete. He's given expectedly glorifying treatment in Pelé: Birth of...
Even by the standards of Yorgos Lanthimos, The Lobster's premise is a doozy: Colin Farrell plays a recently single schlub forced to report to the Hotel, where he has 45 days to form a romantic relationship lest he be turned into an animal...
23 days ago | Film and TV
Is it too much to ask that all these holiday-themed rom-coms — Valentine's Day, New Year's Eve and now Mother's Day — one day merge with the Halloween movies? Michael Myers might be the only one in either franchise with a truly cutting r...
Formerly known by the stronger (but less gringo-friendly) name of Pocha, a slang term for Mexican-Americans who don't speak Spanish, Hostile Border lives up to both of its titles. Claudia (Veronica Sixtos), an undocumented immigrant...
2 months ago | Film and TV
Some free advice: If you ever find yourself defensively reminding people that you’re not in a cult, you’re probably in a cult. This comes up early and often in The Path, Hulu’s new series premiering on March 30th, not that any adherents of the fic...