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Serenity (2019)

By |01/24/2019|

Serenity is a difficult film to review. It’s not rare for a films marketing to sell you something completely different from the final product. As a reviewer, I try to [...]

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

By |01/24/2019|

After hearing of a deadly shooting at a Police funeral nearby, a militia group barricades themselves in a warehouse when they suspect one of them is the shooter. From writer/director [...]

The Upside

By |01/21/2019|

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Whether you like it or not, friendship is something our species can’t live without. The feeling of affection between us humans is something that’s been with us since the [...]

Road to the Oscars: Bohemian Rhapsody

By |01/19/2019|

Crafting a biopic of music icon Freddie Mercury and the rock band Queen, the latest Oscar hopeful contender movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" offers your typical biopic cliches and trappings. The film [...]

Glass

By |01/18/2019|

The recent years have been quite kind for filmmaker, M. Night Shyamalan. After resurrecting his career with the likes of “The Visit” and the surprise “Unbreakable”-connected, “Split”, it would seem [...]

Countdown to the Oscars: Green Book

By |01/12/2019|

During the era of deeply polarizing political times with charges of racism running rampant against the current President and his administration, one could say so many films released in 2018 [...]

Replicas

By |01/12/2019|

In an era filled to the brim with smart, sophisticated Science Fiction (Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, Under the Skin), it’s only fitting the month of January would bring us the [...]

Shoplifters

By |01/08/2019|

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Renowned Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda continues his spirit of Yasujiro Ozu that he has done so often with his impressive filmography that includes "Like Father, Like Son", "Nobody Knows", [...]

The Best Films of 2018 – Noah Damron

By |01/08/2019|

1 - Hereditary (d. Ari Aster) As a viewer, I long to have my imagination set on fire. Not only is that when I get the most creativity, but [...]

The Best Films of 2018 – Robert Butler

By |01/07/2019|

1. Roma (d. Alfonso Cuaron) Hands down, the finest piece of cinema of 2018. A fragmented period piece of a specific place and time, the story of a year [...]