‘Blinded By The Light’ Review: A Magical Journey Of Human Discovery

Blinded By The Light is that unexpected surprise which delights you to no end — a film which is equal parts touching and relatable because we are a country of dreamers. However, what happens when your dreams collide with cultural expectations? What I adored about Read More …

‘The Kitchen’ Review: A Highly Entertaining Look at Three Badass Women

The Kitchen is everything that the summer movie season wasn’t. With the summer season being dominated by reboots and reimagined plot points, Melissa McCarthy’s latest project offered a chance to see three strong leading ladies in a different lens. These weren’t ladies experiencing an awakening; The Read More …

‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Review: Tarantino’s 9th Film Is Befuddling

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood reminded me an awful lot of The Green Book. There were elements in both releases that I liked a great deal (for example, individual performances). Both releases certainly had their issues. In the end, it was hard to articulate how I felt Read More …

‘Fast and Furious Present: Hobbs and Shaw’ Review: An Explosive Summer Finale

Fast and Furious Present: Hobbs and Shaw is a ridiculous intense filled eye-popping summer blockbuster that is sure to please the masses. The best way to describe watching the film is imagining doing shots of tequila with Dwayne Johnson, attempting to bench press 350 pounds, Read More …

‘The Farewell’ Review: A Beautiful yet Devastating Look at Death, Family, and Love

The Farewell is a thought-provoking film bursting with such heart yet teeming with such realism that it will leave audience members shattered. Lulu Wang has crafted a beautiful narrative tackling the questions surrounding our mortality. Are we honoring our loved ones by preparing them for death? Read More …

‘Mike Wallace Is Here’ Review: An Engrossing Look at an Iconic News Man

Mike Wallace Is Here beautifully captures the golden era of broadcast journalism while showcasing why Mike Wallace was an iconic seeker of the truth. Director Avi Belkin doesn’t attempt to paint a rosy picture of Wallace. He does effectively showcases the humanity and drive of Read More …

‘The Art of Self Defense’ Review: A Fabulous Take down of Toxic Masculinity

The Art Of Self Defense on the surface comes off as quite unassuming. I mean if you’ve seen one Jessie Eisenberg indie film, you’ve seen them all (right). I was pleasantly surprised by this release. Nothing about this film is cookie cutter. Writer/Director Riley Stearns has Read More …

‘The Lion King’ Review: A Visually Brilliant Film with Hilarious Performances Dragged down by Lackluster Leads

The Lion King is full of an infinite number of jaw-dropping visuals that will blow even the most cynical people away. There haven’t been many releases that even come close and I’m not sure any will. While I have noticed that the latest fad amongst my Read More …