‘There Are No Saints’- Film Review
“Written by Paul Schrader” is one of my favorite sentences in the American cinematic language. The new film, “There Are No Saints” is based on an older Schrader script the filmmaker was slated to direct in 2010 under the title,
‘The Northman’ Film Review: A Viking Tale Of Steel, Blood, And Revenge
With the stunning artistic achievement of his latest work “The Northman”, Robert Eggers earns his place as one of the most consistently interesting filmmakers working today. Eggers excels in creating uneasy environments filled with characters confronting their dark fates. Both
‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Film Review: Excellence In Every Moment
When I left the screening of the new film “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, I held two truths to be self-evident. One was that Michelle Yeoh will always be an absolute a legend as an actress and Martial Artist. Every
‘Fistful of Vengeance’ Review: Netflix Martial Arts Extravaganza Dazzles But Misses
“Fistful of Vengeance” is Netflix’s feature length sequel to 2019’s “Wu Assassins”, a fun episodic series that featured some good Martial Arts action and showcased the supreme talents of Iko Uwais, (a man who should be a worldwide name and
‘One Shot’: Scott Adkins Leads An Exciting New Actioner
Scott Adkins uses his skills to help deliver the slam-bang action in director James Nunn’s exciting new thriller
‘The Last Duel’: 14th Century “Rashomon” of Misguided Vengeance
The emotinal betrayals of honor, disgrace, and ego drive an insightful and complex 14th century tale from director Ridley Scott
‘No Time To Die’: Daniel Craig Says Goodbye To 007
With guns blazing and his ruggedly suave style, Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film is a flawed yet exciting sendoff
‘Barbarian Invasion’: Two Genres Converge In A Zen Balance Of Mind And Body
Barbarian Invasion is the brillaint combination of action, drama, and personal reflection, all guided by an Eastern Philosophical ideology.
’21 Bridges’: Boseman’s Commanding Presence Carries Familiar Cop Action-Drama
“21 Bridges” works as a compelling action-drama film with a magnetic Chadwick Boseman at its center. Strong cinematography supports Brian Kirk’s instincts, but the pacing of the film and the character development risk derailing the film. “21 Bridges” is Recommended.
Review: Stellar supporting cast cannot save unpolished “Misfortune”.
“A lot of holes in the desert, and a lot of problems are buried in those holes.” ~ Nicky Santoro, “Casino” Cinematic history is replete with B – level budget films; films that the traditional Studio system were unwilling to