Tag: Los Angeles

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‘Dear Ike: Lost Letters to a Teen Idol’: Revelatory Doc Inspires Creativity at The Highest Level

Dear Ike: Lost Letters to a Teen Idol is a revelatory look at the intertwining journeys of an aspiring artist, Dion and his consuming desire to work with Ike Eisenmann.

‘Rust Belt Driller’: A Journey Into The Mind Of A Killer

Rust Belt Killer is a good throwback to the low budget gore films of the eary 1980s and a commentary on America’s oversaturation of violence.

‘Summertime’ (2020)

Summertime, Carlos Lopez Estrada’s rhythmic film intersects the lives of 25 individuals searching for more in their lives while speaking to the heart.

“Clementine”: Visually Stunning, Personal Story Connects

Clementine is a psycho-sexual coming-of-age thriller bound through strong characters and stronger visuals. Clementine is now at a virtual cinema near you.

Review: Classic “Over the Top” struggles against itself.

In the height of the power-ballad filled 1980’s where tempers were as long as the hair, producer-director Menahem Golan and mega action star-writer Sylvester Stallone teamed up to deliver the ultra-cheesy Over the Top. The original story written by Gary

GRANDMA

Choice.  As human beings we have the power to choose.  A result of choice is also consequence.  One choice in life, family, can result in consequence.  It is how we choose to deal with family that determines the outcome.  But,

WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS

“Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player, that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more; it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”  ~ William

DIGGING FOR FIRE

Movies follow a basic formula – a beginning, middle and end along with plot and character development. Sometimes, a film maker is lucky enough to invent a device that allows them to fill in gaps like Hitchcock’s MacGuffin; an improvisation

“The Gift” (2015)

“The Gift” from Joel Edgerton strikes a chord with expert performances and a strong story. How we treat people and our relationships with them are critical to our social development. When we are kids, we don’t understand that how we