Author: Jordan

Films Seen 2/12 – 3/12

Hidden Figures (2016), Theodore Melfi, B- Annie Hall (1977), Woody Allen, A+ Fist Fight (2017), Richie Keen, B+ Ben-Gurion, Epilogue (2017), Yariv Mozer, A- Logan (2017), James Mangold, B+ Everyone Else (2010), Maren Ade, B The Lego Batman Movie (2017), Chris McKay, B- A Man Called Ove (2016), Hannes Holm, C- Land of Mine (2017), Martin Pieter Zandvliet, C+ The Salesman (2017), Asghar Farhadi, B Get Out (2017), Jordan Peele, B+ Hacksaw Ridge (2016), Mel Gibson, F The Settlers (2016), Shimon Dotan, B+ Song to Song (2017), Terrence Malick, A- Kundun (1997), Martin Scorsese, B The Last Temptation of...

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Episode 41: Other Space with Paul Feig!

Released on Yahoo Screen in 2015, “Other Space” might be the best Sci-fi comedy you&r…squo;ve never heard of…and creator Paul Feig is here to change that! This week Jordan chats with the extremely talented and extremely well dressed Paul Feig to spread the word about “Other Space”. Although Paul is probably best known for creating “Freaks & Geeks” and directing “Bridesmaids”, “The Heat” “Spy” & “Ghostbusters”, deep down he is a sci-fi geek and “Other Space” is his love letter to Star Trek and many other sci-fi fandoms. The best part about the show? It’s totally free! You can...

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A Sense of an Ending review

I should have a special category for little movies that no one will see that aren’t exactly GREAT but are at least notable. No, I don’t recommend these in the wild. For starters, it costs money to see movies, and also there are so many other things to do in life, like go look at birds or listen to old records or see a classic movie at MoMA or Metrograph …. but considering that these are actual assignments for me, and it isn’t, like bad, I come away a little bit happy. I mean, there’s a lot of shit...

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Raw review

Raw rules. Raw is the best movie you’ll see in a while. Raw is the movie you’ll keep talking about. Raw is the movie you’ll have on your top 10 at the end of the year to prove that you still like to go see weird movies from first time filmmakers. Read my review of Raw at...

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Jordan Hoffman is a New York-based writer and film critic working for The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Thrillist, Times of Israel, NY Daily News and elsewhere.

He is the host of ENGAGE: The Official Star Trek Podcast, a member of the New York Film Critics Circle and challenges you to a game of backgammon.

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