Movie Review: “One for All: The DJ Chris Villa Story”
It is difficult to tell the story of Jeremy A. Lopez’s One for All: The DJ Chris Villa Story without mentioning my own. As Chris says in the documentary, “keep it simple.” So, I won’t start with my own story
Reflective in nature and reflexive in action, Clint Bentley’s Jockey expands this weekend in theaters, having premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Clifton Collins Jr (2009’s Star Trek) has the makings of a star; Jockey proves this. His rugged,
Review: Stellar supporting cast cannot save unpolished “Misfortune”.
“A lot of holes in the desert, and a lot of problems are buried in those holes.” ~ Nicky Santoro, “Casino” Cinematic history is replete with B – level budget films; films that the traditional Studio system were unwilling to
Drugs. Whether to improve quality of life or for recreation, they can change lives. Behind the drugs, is the power to control lives. Dennis Villenueve’s Sicario brilliantly explores the effects of that power. Written by Taylor Sheridan (FX’s Sons of Anarchy), Sicario stars