The Tribeca Film Festival Reviews

“Somalia is like a Max Max film” says one person in the documentary “The Project”, an apt description for a movie that wants to illimindate the different viewpoints and controversies surrounding...
“Big Shot” may not be much of a movie for you if you already know the story but you still have to admit that this is one of the most jaw-dropping pieces of sports history ever committed. Kevin...
In a quest to see as many movies as possible at this years festival, I was bound to find a few that just made me want to close my eyes and go back to sleep. “Ali Blue Eyes” is that movie, one that...
Frida Giannini joined the House of Gucci in 2004 launching a vintage-inspired accessory collection. Critically, the collection was a flop. Commercially the collection was a huge success and she...
Romantic comedies don’t have to reinvent the wheel but they should have two characters who come off like rational, non-obnoxious people, surprisingly something that many of these movies fail so...
Plot: Born Loretta Mary Aiken in North Carolina, this documentary about the woman who would become the character Moms Mabley chronicles her rise from the black vaudeville...
Plot: The opening credit sequence starts off with a sexy blonde wearing a red dress, sexualized, but she is also blurred, making who she really is feel distant and a bit...
For over a decade, Somali pirates have been terrorizing one of the world’s most popular shipping routes along the coast of Africa.  The country of Somalia has long lacked...
Director Matt Wolf dives into the modern phenomenon knows as teenagers, in this documentary based on the acclaimed book by Jon Savage. 'Teenage' chronicles the origins of teenagers...
Plot:  Taking place in a small, snowy New England town during 1981, the film loosely tells the true story of a club of prep school kids who every year had a tradition of...