Film Review: ‘Air’ Is A Slam Dunk
As a teenager growing up in the Milwaukee area, it was difficult to miss the magic Michael Jordan brought to the court as the Chicago Bulls made championship history. To be sure, Milwaukee has its own NBA team; however, its
‘Minamata’- Film Review: Important Johnny Depp Films Finally Sees The Light Of Day
Andrew Levitas’s “Minamata” is an important film about a serious subject and stands as another shining example that Johnny Depp is one of cinema’s finest character actors. Inventive and unique, his versatility and ability to disappear into a character is
‘Dog’ Review: Tatum and Carolin Exemplify Human Condition in Road Tripping Dramedy
“Alright, alright, alright!” This quote is not meant to indicate that Matthew McConaughey has been signed on to Magic Mike 3, though he has publicly expressed an interest in doing so. That catcall is a reference to the directing duo
‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: Groovy Throwback, Strong Ensemble Elevate Haim, Hoffman and Cooper, Love Prevails
Licorice Pizza is Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film. Newcomers Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman shine, Bradley Cooper should garner another nomination and the whole affair is groovy.
‘Flag Day’: Dylan Penn Shines In Her Father’s Powerful Film
The broken bond of father and daughter and the desire to overcome the failings of our family gives potency to Sean Penn’s powerful new film.
‘House of Gucci’: Brilliant, Dynastic Family Politics At Its Finest
House of Gucci, from Ridley Scott is as much a drama of dynasties and family politics as it is a caricature of individuals inhabiting this Faustian tale. In theatres now.
‘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