Category: 2022

Total 75 Posts

Three Thousand Years Of Longing: Film Review- A Captivating Fairy Tale For Adults

The visionary scope of director George Miller has long been one of the most unique and original in all of cinema. As his latest film “Three Thousand Years of Longing” proves, the filmmaker has not and will never lose his

‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’: Film Review- A Thriller That Is Clever Clever Clever

“Bodies Bodies Bodies” is not only a vicious and funny skewering of the self-obsessed Generation Z, it is also a smart and inventive whodunnit that keeps the film’s interest level high while packing a cinematic whallop. A hurricane is closing

‘Breaking’: Movie Review

‘Breaking’ is the true story of Brian Brown-Easley’s 2018 bank heist. John Boyega offers an electrifying performance, yet the movie doesn’t always work.

‘The Good Boss’: Film Review- Javier Bardem Is Perfect As A Duplicitous Jefe

In the new film “El buen patrón” (“The Good Boss”), Javier Bardem continues to prove he is one of modern cinema’s finest actors. With pure charisma and the tightest of grasp regarding the depth of his character, Bardem crafts one

‘Emily The Criminal’: Film Review- A Taut And Effective Dramatic Thriller

In writer/director John Patton Ford’s intense character study, “Emily the Criminal“, Aubrey Plaza finds the role and performance of her career. In this intense character study, Ford  crafted a tale that speaks to the America of 2022; a land of

‘Thirteen Lives’: Film Review- A Harrowing, Inspiring, True Tale

Ron Howard’s latest drama, “Thirteen Lives” is based on the incredible true story of the global effort to rescue a young Thai soccer team and their coach, who become trapped in the Tham Luang cave located in Northern Thailand for

‘They/Them’- Film Review

The new Horror film-social commentary picture “They/Them” is the very definition of a missed opportunity. What could have been a scathing indictment of the sickening practice of “gay conversion therapy” mixed with an empowering portrayal of the LTBGQ+ community, becomes

‘Prey’: Movie Review

“If it bleeds, we can kill it.” That famous phrase from 35 years ago rings as true today as the fifth iteration of the Predator film series, Dan Trachtenberg’s Prey, makes its debut on Hulu. Trachtenberg’s film serves as a

‘Bullet Train’: Movie Review

I came to the theater to watch David Leitch’s Bullet Train; I saw Bullet Train; I liked Bullet Train. A lot. It is not a perfect movie by any stretch. However, it doesn’t claim to be either. But it does

‘Easter Sunday’: Movie Review

Family is everything, especially during the holidays. No, not just Christmas, Hanukkah, or Thanksgiving. Easter is just as important an event to bring families together. It is an oddly placed time of the year that Jay Chandrasekhar’s Easter Sunday comes