Danielle Solzman is a film critic and a member of the Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle, Galeca: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and the Online Film & Television Association. She also writes for Solzy at the Movies.
This tennis dramedy is a crowd-pleaser but it could go further.
An incredible story that works better as a book than a movie.
"I can’t imagine working with a better group that I love more."
The Kingsman sequel gets kinda crazy but is so much fun to watch.
"Let go of fear and anger. Talk to each other. Listen to each other. Realize violence is not a solution. Put the…
An intimate look at Myalgic Encephalomyelitis in this well-handled documentary.
"It's been absolutely amazing and humbling to watch this film travel the world and see audiences connect with it."
Brad Sloan questions his place in life in Mike White's new film.
Is American Assassin more American Beauty or American Psycho 2?
Architecture plays a key role in Kogonada's feature film debut.
The Wilde Wedding is a predictable star-studded affair.
A Salinger biopic that feels a bit rushed.
A moving day-in-the-life film about friendship during a time of tragedy.
A passable rom-com that might provide a few laughs.