Will DiGravio, Film School Rejects

Will DiGravio

Film School Rejects

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Past articles by Will:

Why Sylvester Stallone Is Not In 'Creed III'

A brief history of Sylvester Stallone's fight for an ownership stake in the franchise he created and his absence from Creed III. → Read More

The Real Story Behind 'Jesus Revolution'

Exploring the story behind the film Jesus Revolution and look at the counterculture movement that became the religious right. → Read More

'80 for Brady' is Worse Than You Think

Four legends gather to worship Tom Brady, for some reason. Will DiGravio reviews the 2023 comedy, 80 for Brady. → Read More

The Best Non-English Language Films of 2022

From a stoic donkey to circus "freaks" battling the Nazis, here are best non-English language films of 2022. → Read More

Cocaine Bear: The Real Story Behind The Movie

Yes, a bear actually did consumer millions of dollars worth of cocaine. Here's the real story behind the upcoming film Cocaine Bear. → Read More

Robert Downey Jr. Gives a Moving Tribute to his Legendary Father in ‘Sr.’

The story of independent film icon Robert Downey Sr. is beautifully told by his son in this new Netflix documentary. → Read More

The Real Story Behind ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’

The real story behind The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford: A look at what really happened with the characters of Andrew Dominik's 2007 Western epic. → Read More

‘The Eternal Daughter’ is a Haunting Depiction of the Nature of Memory

The Eternal Daughter review: Joanna Hogg and Tilda Swinton reunite in a mystery that marks one of the year's best films. → Read More

"The Inspection" Is An Intensely Personal Boot Camp Drama

The promising debut narrative feature from Elegance Bratton never quite finds its narrative balance. Will DiGravio reviews The Inspection. → Read More

Margaret Qualley Gives a Tremendous Performance in Claire Denis’ Evocative ‘Stars at Noon’

Stars at Noon Review, by Will DiGravio: This new romantic thriller from Claire Denis finds the personal in the political. → Read More

Kelly Reichardt's 'Showing Up' Captures the Labor & Challenges of Creating Art

Showing Up Review: Michelle Williams gives one of the year's best performances as a sculptor dealing with the struggles of daily life. → Read More

'Saint Omer' is a Beautifully Striking and Stylized Courtroom Drama

Alice Diop's debut narrative feature, Saint Omer, offers a devastating depiction of motherhood. Will DiGravio reviews. → Read More

'White Noise' Entertains Despite Its Occasionally Uneven Feel

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig are the highlights of Noah Baumbach's latest film. Will DiGravio reviews White Noise. → Read More

‘Lynch/Oz’ is a Revelatory Reflection on a Cinematic Romance

David Lynch really loves The Wizard of Oz. Lynch/Oz explores the relationship between the two and so much more. → Read More

‘Moonage Daydream’ is an Ambitious, Thrilling Portrait of David Bowie

David Bowie is a legend, and 'Moonage Daydream' offers a look into the man and the myth with affection, wit, and observation. → Read More

'Burial' Offers an Interesting Premise with Little New Ground

A squad of Russian soldiers tasked with transporting Hitler's remains finds resistance along the way in Burial. → Read More

The Real Story Behind ‘Good Morning, Vietnam’

A real disc jockey inspired Robin Williams' classic character. Explore the real story behind the 1987 film Good Morning, Vietnam. → Read More

The Real Story Behind 'The Wager'

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio reunite for this tale of mutiny on the high seas. Here's the real story behind The Wager. → Read More

The Real Story Behind The AppleTV+ Series Five Days at Memorial

The AppleTV+ series details the impossible decisions faced by doctors during Hurricane Katrina. Here's the story behind Five Days at Memorial. → Read More

'Bodies Bodies Bodies' is a Fun But Disappointing Slasher

'Bodies Bodies Bodies' is a new slasher comedy, of sorts, aimed at the Gen Z crowd, but it's a mixed bag in its execution. → Read More