The Irishman

By |11/15/2019|

Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" is truly a triumphant work of ambition and grandeur, and not just because of its groundbreaking de-aging digital effects that transform its older lead actors back [...]

Last Christmas

By |11/13/2019|

What is Last Christmas about? Second chances, Brexit, the homeless crisis, or George Michael? It seems no one from director Paul Feig to screenwriters Byrony Kimmings and Emma Thompson knew. [...]

Doctor Sleep

By |11/08/2019|

Director Mike Flanagan has spent most of his career attempting to untangle the endless web that is the human psyche. Like many classic filmmakers, he attempts to untangle these webs [...]

Dolemite Is My Name

By |11/06/2019|

Based on the life of Blaxploitation actor, comedian, and pioneering independent movie producer Rudy Ray Moore, Director Craig Brewer's (Hustle and Flow, Black Snake Moan) latest film "Dolemite Is My [...]


By |11/04/2019|

In American history, Harriet Tubman stands as one of its most courageous and empowered figures. She defied the odds as a prolific conductor on the Underground Railroad, helping to free [...]

Terminator: Dark Fate

By |11/03/2019|

"Terminator" sequels have largely not had the best reputation. Since 1991's "T2: Judgement Day", every installment in the decaying franchise has either flopped at the box office or been met [...]

Motherless Brooklyn

By |11/02/2019|

In New York City during the 1950s, change is happening. The divides between races among the populace is causing protest and violence to spiral out of control. The rich are [...]

JoJo Rabbit

By |11/01/2019|

  Once you watch the trailer and read the concept of Taika Waititi's "JoJo Rabbit" your mind asks if this film will even work? Does it even have to work? [...]


By |11/01/2019|

Abel Ferrara's intense and exquisite account of the final hours of celebrated filmmaker and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini avoids the typical biopic trappings and cliches. Instead Ferrara utilizes a more [...]

The Lighthouse

By |10/26/2019|

After making a big splash with both critics and audiences with his directorial debut “The Witch”, writer/director Robert Eggers has returned with the anticipated nautical nightmare, “The Lighthouse”. Shot on [...]