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The Year In Revue Part Five: Anthony’s Top 20 of 2021

Since the days of Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, I have been making “Top Ten” lists of my favorite films from each year. I used to love reading their “Best of the year” articles in their respective home-based newspapers and

The Year In Revue Part Four: Anthony’s Under Seen Gems of 2021

As my top films of 2021 are on the way, I felt the need to bring attention to some very good films that just missed my “10 Best” but are worthy of mention and exist as important marks in 2021

The Year In Revue Part Two: Anthony’s Top Ten Horror Films of 2021

With an originality that was absent for a few years, Horror films thrived with creativity in 2021. Anthony names his 10 best of the year.

The Year in Revue Part One: Ben’s Ten (no, Twelve!) Top (and Honorably Mentioned) Films

The end of a year is flooded with lists. Lists are a way of engaging an audience. Whether the list identifies achievements, or in this case, favored movies, there’s no right way to stipulate ten preferred items in a given

‘The Harder They Fall’ Review: A Unique, Alive, Western

The Harder They Fall takes the Western on a wild and exciting ride through rich characterizations, inventive filmmaking and one helluva cast

‘The Matrix Resurrections’ Review: Satisfying Sequel Changed Rules, Unplugs The Matrix

The Matrix Resurrections changes the rules as Neo fights to save The Matrix. The fourth film in the franchise, the results are satisfying with uneven supporting characters.

‘Repossession’ Review: A Horror Drama Of Past Sins

The dark past becomes present, catching up to a fragile soul in this eerie, unnerving, and moving tale of horror

‘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.

‘Zeros and Ones’: An Abstract Vision Of A Broken World

Unique cinematic auteur Abel Ferrara’s dark and philosophical head trip of a world engulfed in separation and dangerous distrust

‘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.