Category: Amazon Studios
‘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
‘Don’t Make Me Go’: Movie Review
As Hannah Marks’ Don’t Make Me Go opens, we’re treated to a sun-drenched beach when a voice-over warns us about the coming story. The voice-over goes silent, and the same character, Wally (Mia Isaac), utters the words, “What kind of
Sundance 2022: ‘Master’- Film Review
Sundance 2022 Premiere: “Master” The past and present haunt the campuses of Anacaster, a fictional prestigious college in Mariama Diallo’s debut feature “Master”, an exciting and completely unique project. An excellent Regina Hall (one of cinema’s most undervalued acting treasures)
‘Hotel Transylvania: Transformania’ Review: Animated Sequel Charms, Reflects On Real World Situation
Sing 2 appeals to families in the dysfunctional theatrical circuit. Hotel Transylvania: Transformia, the fourth film in Sony’s animated film series, is now Amazon Prime. Suppose it feels like I’m unfairly maligning the current state of box office performance. In
‘The Tender Bar’ Review: Clooney’s Warmth and Heart Pour Life Lessons; Affleck And Sheridan Are Brilliant
The Tender Bar, from George Clooney pours out the warmth and heart of family and passion. Based on J. R. Moehringer’s memoir, Ben Affleck shines.
‘Being the Ricardos’: Sorkin, Kidman, Bardem Shine in Insider Look at Couple’s Romance and Production’s Troubles
Being the Ricardos is a unique look at the goings-on of a week in the production of ‘I Love Lucy,’ set against the troubled PR nightmare and a romance on the rocks.
‘Encounter’: Riz Ahmed’s Stellar Performance Supports Lackluster Story
Encounter features a stellar performance from Riz Ahmed, anchored by a story that knows what it wants to say, but struggles to find its focus. Now in theaters and on Amazon Prime on December 10.
‘The Electrical Life of Louis Wain’: Strong Performances, Visuals Support Lacking Story
Anchored through strong performances and impressive visuals, Will Sharpe’s ‘The Electrical Life of Louis Wain’ paints broad strokes of the artists life that derail the story. Now in theaters and streaming on Amazon Prime on November 5.
‘Justin Bieber: Our World’: Prolific Singer’s 2020 Concert Doc is More Concert Than Doc
Justin Bieber: Our World features concert footage from the NYE 2020 concert on the roof of the Beverly Hilton interspersed with documentary interviews on the performer’s growth. Unfortunately, it is less documentary and more concert.
‘Blumhouse’ Brand of Horror Is Back With ‘The Manor’ and ‘Madres’
Blumhouse Television returns to Amazon Prime with their final two horror stories, ‘The Manor’ featuring Barbara Hershey and ‘Madres’ featuring Elpidia Carrillo. Both titles are now streaming on Amazon Prime.