‘Everest’ Review

Adapting a true story, especially one containing such tragedy, to film can often be difficult, placing restrictions on the narrative and the approach as the filmmakers try to be as respectful as they can in recounting real-life events. This is especially true in Baltasar Kormákur’s ‘Everest’, a film whose greatest downfall is arguably a result…

‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ Review

To tell you whether a film about a terminally ill character is happy or sad is seemingly to spoil the ending. This film, however, earns both tears and laughs in a perfect balancing act between the funny and the serious, that both emotions will occur even prior to the film’s conclusion. Visually and narratively speaking,…