About Ross Bonaime
Ross Bonaime is the Senior Film Editor at Collider. He is a Virginia-based critic, writer, and editor who has written about all forms of entertainment for Paste Magazine, Brightest Young Things, Flickchart, The Free Lance-Star, and more. Ross graduated from George Mason University with a focus in communications and journalism and a minor in film and video studies.
Ross is a Tomatometer-approved critic, a member of the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association, and a member of the Critics Choice Association. He has loved movies ever since he saw Cinderella in the theater as a kid, he can quote 10 Things I Hate About You and Wet Hot American Summer from memory, and is fascinated by all things Georges Méliès and Charlie Chaplin.
Ross also has an unhealthy obsession with theme parks, Disney, and the Criterion Collection and will defend the Lost finale until his dying day.
You can find more of Ross's work at RossBonaime.com, and you can find him on Letterboxd at letterboxd.com/rbonaime.
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DK Welchman and Hugh Welchman bring Polish culture and art to life in stunning fashion.
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The Judd Apatow-produced doc shows the fragmented, but beautiful ways that life often comes together.
'Perfect Days' Review: Wim Wenders Brings Beauty to the Little Things in Wonderful Drama | TIFF 2023
Koji Yakusho stars in this restrained but powerful look at the small things in life that we find beauty in.
'Evil Does Not Exist' Review: 'Drive My Car's Ryusuke Hamaguchi Gets Quieter and Reflective With Eco-Drama | TIFF 2023
'Evil Does Not Exist' takes a contemplative, silent approach to the ecological drama in a way that only Ryusuke Hamaguchi could do.
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Writer-director Azazel Jacobs' film about loss and family is his best so far, and one of the most powerful films of the year.
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David Yates attempts to take down the opioid companies in a toothless dramedy that brings nothing new to the conversation.
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‘Woman of the Hour’ Review: Anna Kendrick’s Directorial Debut Is a Haunting, Surprising Serial Killer Story | TIFF 2023
With strong direction from Kendrick and a terrifying performance by Daniel Zovatto, 'Woman of the Hour' is a fascinating directorial debut.
'Sorry/Not Sorry’ Review: Doc on Louis C.K. Explores “Cancelled” Comedian and the Women Affected | TIFF 2023
Caroline Suh and Cara Mones’ documentary isn’t revelatory, but asks essential questions about “cancel culture.”
‘Next Goal Wins’ Review: Extremely OK Sports Comedy Slightly Improved by Solid Taika Waititi Jokes | TIFF 2023
Taika Waititi's latest is a decent, by-the-numbers sports comedy, the likes of which we've seen many times before.
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