Friday, February 3, 2023

Weekend Movie Recommendations with Abe

Every Friday, I'll be uploading a Minute with Abe: Weekend Movie Recommendations Edition, surveying new releases in theaters, on DVD, and on streaming services. Check it out, and subscribe to the movieswithabe channel!


New to Theaters: Let It Be Morning
New to Theaters and VOD: Baby Ruby, A Lot of Nothing
New to Digital and VOD: Shtetlers
New to DVD: Petit Mal
New to Netflix: Warsha
New to Hulu: Jungle
New to Disney+: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Thursday, February 2, 2023

Movie with Abe: Shtetlers

The documentary “Shtetlers” opens tomorrow on digital and VOD. I reviewed the film for Awards Radar - head over there to read my review.

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Movie with Abe: Hustle

As a result of Adam Sandler’s surprise SAG nomination, I watched “Hustle,” currently streaming on Netflix. I reviewed the film for The Film Experience - head over there to read my review.

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Best of Sundance 2023

I had the chance to write up my “Jury of One” picks from Sundance 2023 for The Film Experience - head over there to see my choices!

Sundance with Abe: Scrapper

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Lola Campbell and Harris Dickinson are superb in “Scrapper,” winning of the Audience Award in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition. I reviewed the film for CinemaDailyUS.com - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: L’immensità’

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Penélope Cruz and Luana Giuliani shine in “L’Immensità,” screening in the Spotlight section and coming soon from Music Box Films. I reviewed the film for The Film Experience - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Joonam

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Sierra Urich shares her Iranian-American family story in “Joonam,” screening in the U.S. Documentary Competition. I reviewed the film for Awards Radar - head over there to read my review.

Monday, January 30, 2023

Sundance with Abe: Past Lives

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Greta Lee and Teo Yoo are terrific in “Past Lives,” making its world premiere in the Premieres section. I reviewed the film for CinemaDailyUS.com - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Plan C

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Reproductive justice gets an important spotlight in “Plan C,” screening in the Premieres section. I reviewed the film for Film Factual - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: The Persian Version

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Maryam Keshavarz brings a creative vision to “The Persian Version,” screening in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. I reviewed the film for Awards Radar - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Magazine Dreams

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Jonathan Majors stars in “Magazine Dreams,” making its world premiere in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. I reviewed the film for CinemaDailyUS.com - head over there to read my review.

Sunday, January 29, 2023

Sundance with Abe: Victim/Suspect

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Problematic police trends involving sexual assault get an important spotlight in “Victim/Suspect,” screening in the U.S. Documentary Competition and coming soon to Netflix. I reviewed the film for Film Factual - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Passages

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Franz Rogowski, Adèle Exarchopoulos, and Ben Whishaw star in “Passages,” screening in the Premieres section and recently acquired by MUBI. I reviewed the film for The Film Experience - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Judy Blume Forever

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Judy Blume gets a wonderful career retrospective in “Judy Blume Forever,” screening in the Premieres section and coming this April to Prime Video. I reviewed the film for Film Factual - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: A Still Small Voice

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Chaplaincy gets a spotlight in “A Still Small Voice,” screening in the U.S. Documentary Competition. I reviewed the film for Awards Radar - head over there to read my review.

Saturday, January 28, 2023

Sundance with Abe: Fairyland

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Scoot McNairy and Emilia Jones star in “Fairyland,” screening in the Premieres section. I reviewed the film for Below the Line - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: The Pod Generation

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor star in “The Pod Generation,” screening in the Premieres section. I reviewed the film for The Film Experience - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Bad Behaviour

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Alice Englert makes her directorial debut with “Bad Behaviour,” screening in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition. I reviewed the film for Film Factual - head over there to read my review.

Sundance with Abe: Under G-d

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Religious rights and reproductive justice take center stage in “Under G-d,” screening as part of the Documentary Short Film Program. I reviewed the film for Awards Radar - head over there to read my review.

Friday, January 27, 2023

Sundance with Abe: Drift

I’m thrilled to be covering the Sundance Film Festival for the tenth time. This year, I’m back in Park City for my eighth year, seeing as many movies as I can and reviewing them as soon as possible.

Cynthia Erivo stars in “Drift,” screening in the Premieres section. I reviewed the film for Below the Line - head over there to read my review.