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. 😉

‘Holmes & Watson’ Review: No, Sh-t Sherlock

Remember that scene in Step Brothers, when a sleepwalking Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly end up wrecking their parents’ kitchen? My god, that...

‘Destroyer’ Review: Pulpy Cop Thriller Is Pure Nicole Kidman Unleashed

Nicole Kidman strips away every trace of star glamour to play Erin Bell, an LAPD detective and boozy burnout trying to close the books...

‘On the Basis of Sex’ Review: Call It ‘RBG: The Early Years’

Ruth Bader Ginsburg — the Notorious RBG to those who cheer her 25 years of defiantly independent thinking on the Supreme Court — sure...

‘Welcome to Marwen’ Review: Trauma, Triumph Get Stuck in the Dollhouse

Eighteen years ago, in a bar outside Kingston, New York, Mark Hogancamp — an illustrator who liked wearing women’s high-heels — was nearly beaten...

‘Second Act’ Review: Corporate Snobs vs. Jenny From the Block

Anyone want a pretty package of rom-com fluff for the holidays? You won’t hear shout-outs to Second Act on late-breaking Top 10 lists, but...

‘Cold War’ Review: Polish Romance Has Enough Heat to Singe the Screen

Forget the frosty title — there’s enough sizzling carnality in Cold War to the singe the screen. Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski, whose 2013 film...

‘Aquaman’ Review: D.C. Superhero’s Solo Movie Is a Waterlogged Mess

He’s the laughing stock of the DC Comics Extended Universe — and Aquaman’s solo movie almost gets by on razzle dazzle, since that’s all...

‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Review: Too Many Spoonfuls of Sugar

It’s no surprise that Mary Poppins Returns, an industrial-strength sugarplum, doesn’t 
live up to the 1964 original; how do you replace the immortal Julie...