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Interview with Eugenio Derbez

The Movie Revue had the opportunity to sit down with Latin actor Eugenio Derbez during his recent press tour to Phoenix for “Dora and the Lost City of Gold”. In addition to a large body of work in Mexican television, Mr.

We’re almost back!

I first want to thank my loyal followers for their patience over the last ten months. We’re rapidly approaching the point where some content will be produced for The Movie Revue and we’re looking forward to continuing to explore films

Dante’s Hell duo, “Dante’s Inferno – Abandon All Hope” and “Dante’s Hell Animated” are exceptional.

Boris Acosta offers an insightful look into Hell with his documentary, “Dante’s Inferno – Abandon All Hope” followed by his animated version of Dante’s journey with “Dante’s Hell Animated.” In Sunday School, stories would be shared of the afterlife; if

Insidious: The Last Key by Brian Wallinger

In this entry of the franchise, director Adam Robitel, surprisingly has crafted a well rounded and effective entry into the Insidious series that reaches to the heights of the first two films. Using the traditional ghost story formula, The Last

The Commuter by Brian Wallinger

January has always proven to be a temperamental month for films, coming off the end of award season. The season starts over into each new year with a mix bag of produced filler material that ranges from either “good” to

The 2017 Phoenix Critics Circle Nominations are in!

Phoenix Critics Circle Awards 2017 Nominees   The Phoenix Critics Circle proudly announces nominees for its annual awards. Members have narrowed the films from 2017 to the top nominees in each category. Voting is underway for the winners and they

The Trip to Spain by Brian Wallinger

To be completely honest, I knew next to nothing about this film, let alone the two previous film’s in this comedy series. Director Michael Winterbottom has created a surely delightful film in this entry, the continuing journey of actors Steve

‘Dave Made a Maze’ Is Zany Fun

I was fortunate to grow up with films like The Never Ending Story, Labyrinth, Gremlins, and Explorers.  To me, these zany films allowed me to explore my own dreams, to follow my passions, and to realize that the world is

EDITORIAL: While navigating an asteroid field, never tell Kathleen Kennedy the odds.

Forty-eight hours ago, the social media world went ablaze with the news that director-duo Chris Miller and Phil Lord were dismissed from their untitled Han Solo origin movie assignment amid creative differences with Lucasfilm prexy, Kathleen Kennedy. Principal photography began

Here’s to thirty-five years of feeling ‘The Wrath of Khan’

In a few weeks, we’ll be presenting a retrospective review and editorial reflecting on Nicholas Meyer’s Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. For now, enjoy these screen caps and behind the scenes photos. “I’ve done far worse than kill you.