Alison Sanchez

Sorbonne Université #Paris #France #Movie reviewer and writer/ content contributor for #StreetCulture, #Mexican #Italian #Spanish born and raised in #Paris. When I'm not writing I'm working out. 😉

Despite outcry, Netflix will not remove real-life train derailment footage from Bird Box

Netflix is not planning to remove footage of a real-world train derailment that was used in its fiction film Bird Box, despite...

‘Maybe at this point I equate femaleness with being radical’: Karyn Kusama on Destroyer

Amid all the cultural debates about women’s struggles to be heard in Hollywood, over everything from onscreen representation to sexual abuse to...

New trailers: John Wick 3, Game of Thrones, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and more

I finally got around to watching Roma the other week. It’s a fascinating film, telling its story in a way that few...

‘Fyre’ Review: Doc on Disastrous Music Fest Is One Three-Alarm Autopsy

You probably remember the cheese sandwich. Maybe you had no idea who the young, bro-tastic hustler Billy McFarland was, or hadn’t heard of the...

‘Glass’ Review: M. Night’s Shyamalan’s Double Sequel Is Half Full, Half Empty

What a difference a couple decades makes. When M. Night Shyamalan dropped Unbreakable on an unsuspecting world back in 2000, the new Spielberg on...

‘The Upside’ Review: French Feel-Good Comedy Gets Hart-Felt Remake

We need to talk about Kevin, don’t we? In one of those odd coincidences of timing, we’re getting The Upside, a buddy dramedy that the...

‘Escape Room’ Review: Six People, One High-Concept Horror Movie, No Exit

The premise is simple: A group of folks who don’t know each other receive a mysterious box in the mail. Inside this elaborate gift...

‘Stan & Ollie’ Review: A Nice Mess, An Even Nicer Biopic

It could have been a standard by-the-numbers origin-story biopic — instead, Stan & Ollie looks at the legendary screen duo of Stan Laurel (Steve...