“Knock at the Cabin” is a lean, entrapping 95-minute thriller, filled with some fine character work by actors who fully believe in the material.
A tenderly made coming of age dramedy, a romance between cannibals, a documentary on a former Chicago mayor, and more stand-out as some of my favorites in a year filled with great films.
Mary Pulaski (May 25, 1963 – August 5, 2021)
My best friend, confidant, #1 fan, and so much more
Steve Pulaski has been reviewing movies since 2009 for a barrage of different outlets. He graduated North Central College in 2018 and currently works as an on-air radio personality. He also hosts a weekly movie podcast called "Sleepless with Steve," dedicated to film and the film industry, on his YouTube channel. In addition to writing, he's a die-hard Chicago Bears fan and has two cats, appropriately named Siskel and Ebert!