A LA MALA

Review of A La Mala  by Associate Editor Brigid K. Presecky A La Mala is a fun, charming story all too familiar to the romantic comedy genre. The Spanish-language film by Issa López and Ari Rosen is a blend of Failure to Launch and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, perfectly pieced together with…

MY WAY

Review of My Way  by Associate Editor Brigid K. Presecky Directors Dominique Mollee and Vinny Sisson document the eventful road trip of The Rebekah Starr Band as they travel from rural Pennsylvania to the Sunset Strip. Desperate to become a successful rock-and-roll musician, lead singer “Rebekah” packs up her life in small-town Kittanning and hits the…

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DRUNKTOWN'S FINEST

First Feature by writer/director Sydney Freeland takes a sincere look at the problems of young people on a Navajo Reservation in Arizona. Here are two reviews–from Jan and from Brigid–across the generations. ************************* Review of Drunktown’s Finest  by Managing Editor Jan Lisa Huttner Writer/Director Sydney Freeland promises more than actually delivered in her first feature-length film, following…