Featured, Reviews / 19.08.2021

There's always trepidation when an Emmy-nominated television writer/director makes the leap into feature films. While a television series has multiple episodes and potentially several seasons to weave the creator's vision, a piece of cinema is naturally far more confined. It's these limitations that create unfortunate issues for Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy's directorial debut Reminiscence, a film with boundless potential but unfortunate execution. While Joy's scope is impressive and her ambition is hugely admirable, Reminiscence can't break free of the shackles of homage or limit its focus within the confines of...