Sorry to Bother You

First-time feature maker Boots Riley has created a subversive, surreal, satirical comedy that melds humour with social commentary in its exploration of identity politics and predictions of a future where workers are being sold the benefits of sacrificing individuality and identity to serve corporate interests. In perhaps his best performance since his breakout in Short […]

Top Five

Over the last few decades or so, there seems to be very few performers who have been able to successfully make the transition from stand-up or sketch comedy into motion pictures. By successfully, I mean translating the style and personality that has made them so popular in the first place into entertaining characters and narratives […]