Insight

Mar. 08, 2020

Documentary ‘Crestone’ explores the nuances of a handful of Colorado Soundcloud artists

Documentary ‘Crestone’ offers True/False patrons a look into the life of a Colorado SoundCloud artist and others from an unconventional point-of-view.

Mar. 08, 2020

Pepe the Frog is finally saved by ‘Feels Good Man’

Arthur Jones makes his directorial debut with a funny, sad and incredibly informational film about a meme gone rogue.

Mar. 07, 2020

‘The Mole Agent’ harmonizes comedy, sadness

The spy complex is just a hook, “The Mole Agent” is a gratifying film on aging and abandonment that stirs the soul.

Mar. 07, 2020

The comical documentary ‘Dick Johnson is Dead’ highlights death in untraditional ways

Documentarian Kirsten Johnson uses her art form to cope with her father’s dementia.

Mar. 06, 2020

‘The Metamorphosis of Birds’ is heartbreaking in the best way possible

This story, told through a series of still, quiet shots, can only be described as an emotional experience.

Mar. 02, 2020

Ski vacation film ‘Downhill’ goes exactly as the title implies

Despite a family-flick vibe, this comedy is wildly inappropriate and misses the mark for relatability and humor.

Mar. 02, 2020

‘Birds of Prey’ showcases the independence of Harley Quinn

“Birds of Prey,” is a far cry from “Suicide Squad,” and Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn is a drastic change from her character in the same film:

Mar. 01, 2020

How Netflix’s ‘Love Is Blind’ makes you not want to love

In Netflix’s new reality TV show “Love Is Blind,” 30 singles meet unconventionally to test the boundaries of love and acceptance. It’s a cringe-worthy reality moment.

Feb. 25, 2020

‘Love Languages’ presents new ideas on modern relationships.

Marriage counselor Gary Chapman’s book, ‘The Five Love Languages,’ presents new philosophies on modern-day relationships, with a unique, interpretative and individualized twist.

Feb. 24, 2020

‘To All The Boys: P.S. I Love You’ disappoints dedicated fans:

The sequel to the all-time favorite Netflix original underwhelmed us with its lack of charm and build-up from the first movie.

Feb. 24, 2020

‘Next In Fashion’ gives new approach to fashion television

Tan France and Alexa Chung judge 18 experienced designers with different backgrounds.

Feb. 17, 2020

The Oscars: political debate or award show?

The Oscars have long been host to speeches on political and social issues, but are the motivations behind them genuine, or just a PR move?

Feb. 17, 2020

South Korean film industry offers more than just ‘Parasite’

The best picture winner boasts numerous Korean contemporaries that deserve attention from U.S. audiences.

Feb. 16, 2020

Red carpet fashion turns heads at Oscars 2020

Stars pulled out toned-down, reused or stand-out looks for this year’s Academy Awards.

Feb. 12, 2020

Is modern-day love really that modern?

Angles explores the origins of Valentine’s Day and the effects it has on the modern-day outlook on love. However, is that perspective healthy?

Feb. 11, 2020

Things I learned while watching ‘Cheer’ on Netflix

Netflix released a new documentary series about a junior college cheer team in Navarro County, Texas.

Feb. 10, 2020

What psychology can learn from film

‘Gaslighting’ is a tactic used to manipulate one’s significant other in a way that alters their reality. The origins of the term, however, are much more nuanced.

Feb. 10, 2020

St. Valentine-approved playlist for every situation

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, we’ve compiled music from past and present to heal your heart.

Feb. 10, 2020

Spend Valentine’s Day with silver screen hits

Roses are red, violets are blue … we hope you enjoy these movies too.

Feb. 08, 2020

Shake it off with Taylor Swift in new Netflix documentary ‘Miss Americana’

Netflix Viewers watch Swift open up about mental health and politics.