Category: The Movie Revue

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Sundance 2023: ‘It’s Only Life After All’- Film Review

Sundance 2023 Premiere Selection “It’s Only Life After All” Reflecting on their decades-long music career, Indigo Girls (Amy Ray and Emily Saliers) are front and center in director Alexandria Bombach’s documentary “It’s Only Life After All”; a film that traces

Sundance 2023: ‘L’immensità’- Film Review

Emanuele Crialise’s “L’immensità” is an emotionally raw tale born of the filmmaker’s own experiences as a youth. This is a film rich in feeling and emotion and one that bleeds with the spectacular bond between a mother and her children.

Sundance 2023: ‘Radical’- Film Review

Sundance 2023 Premieres Selection “Radical” In the real world, educators rarely get the respect their profession deserves. Struggles against oppressive societies and inexcusably low budgets and salaries make the job of teachers a difficult and commendable one. Christopher Zalla’s “Radical”

Anthony’s Picks For The Best Films Of 2022

Gather ‘round children and hear the tale of days gone by. Let me take you back to a magical time. ‘Twas a time of serious filmmakers allowed to do the films they wanted. A time when studios would spend money

Anthony Picks The Best Horror Films of 2022

Horror films are the one constant in Cinema. As audiences love to be scared, their popularity endures. From the terrifying Frankenstein’s monster that was made by the Thomas Edison movie studio in 1910, through the Universal Monster movies of the

Film Review- ‘The Old Way’: 2023 Begins With A Good Western

With the arrival of Brett Donowho’s “The Old Way”, Nicolas Cage gets the chance to star in his first Western. While the genre is far from its heyday of the 40’s and 50’s, respect for “oaters” still lives in the

Anthony Picks The 10 Worst Films Of 2022: A Bad Year For One Word Titles

No filmmaker alive sets out to create a bad film. I believe that every writer, producer, and director try their damnedest to make something good. Not every film works. Some films are just that, a swing and a miss. Some

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’- Film Review: Spectacle And Emotion Align

James Cameron has long been one of modern cinema’s true visionaries. As a filmmaker, he takes time between projects, waiting until the technology catches up to his lofty and brilliantly grandiose ideas. This time, it has been a 13-year stretch.

‘Sr.’- Film Review: A Tender, Touching Tribute From A Son To His Father

“Sr.”, is the touching new documentary (directed by Chris Smith) about late filmmaker Robert Downey Sr. Can we call it a tribute to a unique artist or is it to be seen as a grand farewell? Does the film exist

‘Sam & Kate’- Film Review: Two Sets Of Acting Families In A Mismarketed Gem

In the surprisingly touching new film “Sam & Kate”, Sissy Spacek and Dustin Hoffman co-star with their real-life respective offspring, playing their fictional daughter and son. While this could be seen as stunt casting, what transpires is a deeply felt