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    The Boss Baby | Review

    Friday, March 31st, 2017

    Director: Tom McGrath Writer: Michael McCullers, based on the book by Marla Frazee Starring: Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Tobey Maguire, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, Miles Bakshi The main hook for children’s based entertainment has always been to anthropomorphize and/or give voice to everything. Your toys are cheap plastic playthings made in Taiwan, but what if […]

    Power Rangers | Review

    Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

    Director: Dean Israelite Writer: John Gatins Starring: Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Becky G, Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston, Bill Hader In an entertainment spectrum that contains everything from the Star Wars franchise to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the WB/DC pairing and everything in between,  I’ve always found the Power Rangers phenomenon to […]

    Land of Mine | Review

    Friday, March 17th, 2017

    Director: Martin Zandvliet Writer: Martin Zandvliet Starring: Roland Møller, Louis Hofmann, Joel Basman, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Oskar Bökelmann, Emil Belton, Oskar Belton There is an inherent tension and drama in the true story the Danish film Land of Mine is based on, a story I’d never heard about prior to screening the film. It seems a number of young German […]

    Silence | Review

    Friday, January 6th, 2017

    Director: Martin Scorsese Writers: Jay Cocks and Martin Scorsese(screenplay), Shûsaku Endô (based on the novel by) Starring: Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Liam  Neeson, Tadanobu Asano, Ciarán Hinds, Issei Ogata, Shin’ya Tsukamoto, Yoshi Oida, Yôsuke Kubozuka Martin Scorses’s latest film, Silence, is based on Shûsaku Endô’s 1966 novel of the same name. Set mostly in 17th-century Japan at a time when priests were attempting to proselytize […]

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | Review

    Wednesday, December 14th, 2016

    Director: Gareth Edwards Writers: Chris Weitz and Tony Gilroy (screenplay), John Knoll and Gary Whitta (story by), George Lucas (base on characters created by) Starring: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Alan Tudyk, Donnie Yen, Wen Jiang, Ben Mendelsohn, Forest Whitaker, Riz Ahmed, Mads Mikkelsen, Jimmy Smits Just so you know, I really like the Star Wars movies, even if […]

    Manchester By the Sea | Review

    Friday, December 2nd, 2016

    Director: Kenneth Lonergan Writer: Kenneth Lonergan Starring: Casey Affleck, Ben O’Brien, Michelle Williams, Kyle Chandler, Lucas Hedges, Gretchen Mol, Matthew Broderick In only his third turn in the director’s chair, Kenneth Lonergan has produced a brooding, complex, heart-wrenching little gem of an adult movie that is sure to garner Oscar nominations for actors Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams as […]

    Sully | Review

    Friday, September 9th, 2016

    Director: Clint Eastwood Writer: Todd Komarnicki (screenplay), Chesley Sullenberger and Jeffrey Zaslow (based on the book “Highest Duty” by) Starring: Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Valerie Mahaffey, Delphi Harrington, Mike O’Malley, Jamey Sheridan, Laura Linney Clint Eastwood, God bless him (leaving politics aside, please!), is 86 years old as his latest film is released and has been accused by […]

    Hell or High Water | Review

    Friday, August 26th, 2016

      Director: David Mackenzie Writer: Taylor Sheridan Starring: Ben Foster, Chris Pine, Jeff Bridges, Gil Birmingham, Dale Dickey A West Texas tale of two brothers who go on a bank robbing spree to get the money required to pay back the greedy bankers who usurious loaned their sickly mother money, knowing that they’d be able to take her […]

    Suicide Squad | Review

    Saturday, August 6th, 2016

    Wait for the DVD to come out, and then wait for someone else to purchase it. Then, wait until you’re really bored and someone suggests watching an awful movie that will crush any and all expectations of decency, and then Suicide Squad will come to your rescue.

    Embers | Review (Repost)

    Thursday, August 4th, 2016

    Claire Carré’s Embers is a purely psychological, apocalyptic nightmare in which a plague has presumably caused the world’s population to lose their ability for explicit memory. An intriguing treatise on memory, Embers cleverly juxtaposes the lives of the masses who have lost their memories with a token few who figured out a way to retain theirs.

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