About Nate Richard
Nate Richard is a Resource Editor for Collider, a film and television critic, and a part-time amateur filmmaker. He graduated from Ball State University in December 2020 with a Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications. During his time at Ball State, he was part of an on-campus entertainment news show called The Reel Deal, which he would go on to co-host in the fall of 2020.
He lives and breathes everything film-related and is madly in love with Steven Spielberg. Even though his career is still young, he has already interviewed big names in the industry such as Robert De Niro, Brendan Fraser, and Roger Deakins.
He's also an avid runner and is very proud of his dogs Hazel, Rex, and Turbo. He currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Maggie Betts' courtroom drama, which also stars Tommy Lee Jones and Jurnee Smollett, tells its story too safely to be truly impactful.
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Even Andy Samberg can’t sufficiently elevate this uninspired World War II biopic.
The usually reliable Michael Keaton directs and stars in this thriller full of wasted potential.
'Ezra' Review: Tony Goldwyn's Dramedy Is a Poignant and Funny Take on Parenting a Child on the Spectrum | TIFF 2023
Tony Goldwyn's latest directorial features a career-best performance from Bobby Cannavale and a career-making performance from William Fitzgerald.
It's the end of the world as we know it and Jodie Comer is here to guide us through it.
Flannery O'Connor's stories were always interesting in ways that this film about her life is not.
'Hell of a Summer' Review: Finn Wolfhard & Billy Bryk's Debut Feature Is a Bloody Fun Horror Throwback | TIFF 2023
Though it isn't the most original of horror films, this young duo of directors shows there is plenty to build upon in their debut feature.
This misfire falls far short of becoming the next genre classic.
Nikhil Nagesh Bhat's aggressively violent action flick is destined to become a cult classic.