Sean Boelman

59 Articles written
Sean is a film student, aspiring filmmaker, and life-long cinephile. For as long as he can remember, he has always loved film; however, he credits the film Pan's Labyrinth as having started his love of film as art. Sean enjoys watching many types of films, although some personal favorite genres include dramatic comedies, romantic comedies, heist films, and art horror.

Review: GREEN BOOK Is A Sweet Road Movie

Green Book is the newest film from director Peter Farrelly, but it is much more serious than his other movies. It made a big...

Review: UNDER THE WIRE Is A Thrilling Journalism Doc

Under the Wire is a new documentary about war correspondent Marie Colvin and her photographer companion Paul Conroy. It follows the two as they...

Review: JONATHAN Is Overly Twisty Sci-Fi

Jonathan is a new film directed by Bill Oliver and starring Ansel Elgort and Suki Waterhouse. The movie is about a man who leaves...

Review: THE CLOVEHITCH KILLER Ties Itself Around You

The Clovehitch Killer is a new thriller film from director Duncan Skiles and starring Dylan McDermott and Charlie Plummer. It follows a picture-perfect family...

Review: TEAM KHAN Is A Total Knockout

Team Khan is a new documentary about professional boxer Amir Khan. It follows Khan over a two year period as he and his team...

Review: FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD Is “Riddikulus”

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, itself a spin-off of the popular...

Review: RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET Is A Smash Hit

Ralph Breaks the Internet (inexplicably not named “Ralph WRECKS the Internet”) is the long-awaited follow up to Disney’s 2012 surprise hit Wreck-It Ralph. The...

Review: INSTANT FAMILY Is Cute But Clichéd Family Fun

Instant Family is the newest film teaming the pair of writer-director Sean Anders and star Mark Wahlberg (Daddy’s Home and its sequel, Daddy’s Home...

Review: THE NEW ROMANTIC Is A Fun Indie Rom-Com

The New Romantic is the feature debut of Carly Ann Stone that debuted at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival. It is about a college...

Review: WIDOWS Is A Crazy, Genre-Bending Hit

Widows is the newest film from Steve McQueen, director of such critical darlings as 12 Years a Slave and Shame. It is based on...

Review: BOY ERASED Is A Compelling Drama

Based on the memoir by Garrard Conley, Boy Erased is the newest film from Joel Edgerton. It is about the son of a Baptist...

Review: JINN Has Good Intentions, But Falls Flat

Jinn is a new movie directed by Nijla Mu’min. It is about a 17 year-old black girl who faces an identity crisis when her...