Category: Video On Demand
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
‘Selah and the Spades’: High School Is No Joke
Selah and the Spades Written and Directed by: Tayarisha Poe Starring: Lovie Simone, Celeste O’Connor, Jharrel Jerome, Gina Torres, Jesse Williams Thinking about the cutthroat competitive nature of the prep school featured in Tayarisha Poe’s “Selah and the Spades,” evoked
‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’: An Unbiased Social Siren
Never Rarely Sometimes Always is an unbiased look at pregnancy and the decisions we make. Strong performances and a unique perspective focus the though provoking character study.
Academy Award-winning director Guy Nattiv’s “Skin” is the true life story of Bryon Widner, a White Supremacist who finds a way to put the senseless violence and wonton destruction behind him. Though the story is dramatically thin, Jamie Bell’s strong
Bong Joon-ho’s Okja is an astonishing tale of love and perseverance.
Four years ago Bong Joon-ho surprised us with his astounding Snowpiercer, giving us a dystopian future in which the entire world was contained on a train. It had a limited theatrical release and those that were able to catch it,
Top Ten Films of 2017, so far . . . .
It’s crazy to think that half of 2017 has gone by. It’s crazier to think that I’ve seen approximately 210 movies since January and 190 of those films have been in a theater. April was an exceptionally busy month with
The Bad Batch
Directed by: Ana Lily Amirpour Written by: Ana Lily Amirpour Starring: Suki Waterhouse, Jason Momoa, Keanu Reeves, Jim Carrey, Jayda Fink, Giovanni Ribisi, Diego Luna I’m going to be up front. I have not seen Ana Lily Amirpour’s freshman directorial
The Girl With All The Gifts Official Review by Brian Wallinger
Offering a unique story with a well-written promise, Colm McCarthy’s The Girl With all The Gifts is a very grounded post-apocalyptic zombie thriller. Following a cataclysmic event where humans are a hoard of infested zombies, a group of uninfected children
“T’was the night before Christmas and not a creature was stirring . . . “ For many families, especially children, this is a familiar jingle around the holidays. It ushers in a time of goodwill among men, a time for
You did not bear the shame You resisted. By sacrificing your impassioned lives, For freedom, justice and honor Throughout history, the world has bred evil men who oppressed the virtuous heroes. And oppression by those evil doers was not only