‘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
Review: Disney’s convoluted “Pirates” treads same water as prior entries
Full of witchery, imagination, humor and a lot of water, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales finds our hero, Captain Jack Sparrow in the throes of a British jail, scheduled to be executed. The British are also
LOGAN Official Review by Brian Wallinger
After seventeen years and nine film appearances, the mythology of Logan/Wolverine comes to an emotional and gratifying conclusion. The year is 2029 and all that’s left of the X-Men are Logan (Hugh Jackman), who has distanced himself from the X-Men
REVIEW: John Wick Chapter 2 by Brian Wallinger
Chock full of action and stunning set pieces, Chad Stahleski’s follow-up to the mega-successful “John Wick” picks up immediately where the original film left off, dog intact. Presumably, he has left his shadowy life as an assassin behind when his
REVIEW – xXx: Return of Xander Cage by Brian Wallinger
January is always a strange month for film. As the major Oscar contenders slowly expand out across the country, fresh off their December debuts big budget fare such as D. J. Caruso’s (“Eagle Eye”, “The Disappointments Room”) “xXx: Return of
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
War. Over the course of our history, we justify war to obtain that which we might not have access to, but need to survive. In the eyes of others, we use war to protect the few resources we have from