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Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania myself, Mister Rogers Neighborhood was a staple in my home. It was one of the few things that I could watch and my parents knew it was about as wholesome as it...
Knives Out is the kind of film that they really don't make anymore. Most murder mysteries like this are subjugated to the Hallmark channel or Lifetime where the material is as lifeless as their victim. Writer...
Okay, now that I have that ridiculously long official title out of the way, Birds of Prey will be how I refer to this film in this review. Why they would ever think of a long title...
Underwater stars Kristen Stewart as Norah, part of an underwater drilling team that finds themselves seven miles down in the ocean when their facility starts to implode. This film starts out quickly with disaster. Norah is brushing...
I will admit I have not seen 2019's Best Picture winner, Parasite. But then again, up until recently, I would wager most of the Academy had not seen Parasite, either. By now, that may have changed since...
The Hunt was originally set for release in September of 2019. But the outcry over its subject matter and the fact that there were two mass shootings in early August, one in Dayton, Ohio and another at...
Edward Norton writes, directs, produces and stars in Motherless Brooklyn, an old fashioned film noir thriller in the vein of the Sam Spade gumshoe detective novels of the 1930's by writer Dashiell Hammett. Based on the Jonathan...
Chadwick Boseman is a fantastic actor, loaded with talent and looks. He has made quite an impression playing Black Panther, Jackie Robinson, James Brown and the first black Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. So when I saw...
Daniel Radcliffe has gone from Harry Potter to roles in films that have been daring and definitely against type. Playing an FBI agent undercover as a Nazi skinhead in Imperium in 2016 was probably his most difficult...
In anticipation for the upcoming and final Daniel Craig James Bond film, No Time to Die in April, I recently was able to converse with a gentleman from Australia who has a new channel on YouTube aptly...
Guy Ritchie returns to what he does best; British heist/crime/mob thrillers with The Gentlemen. The film stars Matthew McConaughey as Mickey Pearson, an American living in London who has one of the most successful marijuana businesses...
Robert Eggers shocked the movie going public in 2015 with his first feature film, The Witch. It told the story of a family accused of witchcraft in the 1630's that are excommunicated from their New England community....
Todd Phillips has primarily stuck to bawdy comedies, starting with Old School, The Hangover films then to Due Date. He surprised me with 2016 quasi comic true story about gun runners with War Dogs, which I...
Made in 2018 but not receiving an American release until February of 2019, Peter Jackson's They Shall Not Grow Old is one of the very few major films telling the story of trench warfare in World War...
Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is his ninth film and it seems to be his most personal film to the industry, itself. He has publicly said in interviews that this is his "love letter"...