Film, Reviews
Nov 17, 2023

‘Saltburn’ Movie Review

Director Emerald Fennell does it again with her latest film, Saltburn. Saltburn is set in England in the mid-2000s. The story unfolds as it follows…read more >

Reviews, Theater
Oct 17, 2023

Review: ‘The Engagement Party’

Geffen Playhouse debuted the West Coast premiere of The Engagement Party from playwright Samuel Baum. Just when you think you know where the story goes, it changes….read more >

Film, Reviews
May 9, 2023

Movie Review: ‘The Black Demon’

Mexico is known for it’s dark yet plausible folktales, The Black Demon is a new film that aims to carve their own story from this…read more >

Film, Reviews
Apr 24, 2023

Movie Review: ‘Suzume’

After winning international acclaim and awards with Kimi No Na Wa (Your Name) director Makoto Shinkai is back with another emotional juggernaut, Suzume. You can…read more >

Reviews, Theater
Apr 17, 2023

Theater Review: ‘Ava: The Secret Conversations’

Geffen Playhouse currently has a run of Ava: The Secret Conversations starring Elizabeth McGovern and it’s absolutely worth the visit to see it. Ava: The…read more >

Film, Reviews
Aug 4, 2022

‘Prey’ Movie Review

The 80’s gave us Predator, 2022 has delivered Prey, a prequel that sets out to change our knowledge of this fearsome action packed horror film….read more >

Film, Reviews
Feb 1, 2022

‘Belfast’ Movie Review

Believe the hype, Belfast is one of the most character driven and emotionally charged films to make the awards circuit this year. One aspect of…read more >

Film, News, Reviews
Jan 21, 2022

‘Belle’ Movie Review

Belle is a masterful work of storytelling. Japanese Animation continues to bring to life incredible stories that resonate with the core of humanity’s emotions. If…read more >

Film, Reviews
Dec 21, 2021

‘Being The Ricardos’ Review

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem have teamed up to bring to life, two of the most iconic tv actors of all time, Lucille Ball and…read more >

Film, Reviews
Dec 20, 2021

Our Top 5 Must Watch Christmas Movies

A lot of families have different traditions. Here at Press Pass LA we can’t really grasp the Christmas spirit without these five movies. Don’t worry…read more >