In All Saints, Affirm Films’ adaptation of the real story of Michael and Aimee Spurlock, an incredibly emotional story of cross-cultural partnership and divine inspiration shines on screen. While the Spurlocks were sent to Smyrna, TN, to help close a small, struggling church, they instead found themselves involved in a rescue mission that involved lifelong residents… [Read More]
A lot has happened around here! Over the last 2 1/2 years, we, at ScreenFish, have been excited about the opportunities that have come before us. Whether it’s interviews with incredible guests like Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway, Lupita N’yongo and many others, reviews of great films, or an ever-growing podcast, our team continues to seek… [Read More]
The First Calvary Division was ill-prepared for potential combat. It’s a recipe for potential disaster.
The Long Road Home is intense, violent, and sad—sometimes all at once.
Smith remembers telling God in a loud, demanding conversation, “You can’t take my son from me. We asked for him seventeen years ago.”
So…um…wow! The World Series is packing more compelling action than the entire 2017 Movie Season! My Dodgers may be on the brink of losing, but that storyline is better than 90% of the crap Hollywood has force fed onto our eyeballs this year! Anyhoo…let’s get to it (SPOILER WARNING): Suburbicon is a metaphor about White Flight… [Read More]
Directed by expat Iranian filmmaker Ali Soozandeh, Tehran Taboo tells the stories of three strong-willed women who cross paths in Tehran’s divided society where sex, corruption, and drugs coexist with strict religious laws and patriarchal traditions. Through rotoscoping technology, its use of real actors provides genuine depth to the characters yet the animation also provides a safe… [Read More]
Before Thurgood Marshall was the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, he was a lawyer for the NAACP assigned to defend Joseph Spell against the charges of rape and attempted murder of a white woman. In Marshall, director Reginald Hudlin (House Party, Django Unchained) sets up Chadwick Boseman (42, Black Panther) and Josh Gad (Frozen, Murder… [Read More]
Wonder Woman is the film that we need. In fact, in the midst of a depressed box office (good films are harder and harder to find), Wonder Woman stands out as my favorite film of the year with only three months left to go. Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) is raised by her mother, Queen of the Amazons Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), in… [Read More]
Selected for the Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival, The Fare is a chilling story of human trafficking starring Johnny Ortiz (American Crime) and Noemi Pedraza. Written and directed by Santiago Palandine, the film tells of a young Ecuadorian teenager ensnared in a sex trafficking organization, who finds himself ordered to transport a fourteen-year-old girl from his… [Read More]