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“Driven” Has Fun With Part Of The John DeLorean Story

Who is more of a fascinating individual than John DeLorean? The maker of the automobile of the same name is just as well known for that car as being involved in shady drug dealings. Some remember him as a genius in the auto field, but most think of him either[...]

Raunchy Humor Mixes With Tween Innocence In The Hilarious Comedy “Good Boys”

Sometimes, a slight bait and switch is a good thing. You’d be forgiven for thinking that Good Boys was going to be nothing but utter filth. Sure, it’s a clear raunch fest, but that’s not the true tale of this film. They’re actually peddling a message here. Filthy as the[...]

“Cold Case Hammarskjöld” Is A Riveting New Look At An Old Mystery

Conspiracy theories capture the imagination in a way that few other things can. Whether it engages a part of the brain that otherwise lays dormant or just excites those with overactive minds, they’ve been all the rage for as long as society has existed. Largely, they’re bonkers and have no[...]

“Blinded By The Light” Is A Perfect Tribute To Bruce Springsteen And The Best Film Of 2019

Full disclosure: I’m a massive Bruce Springsteen fan. Despite hailing from New York, not New Jersey, and being born in 1987, when Springsteen was already huge and, at the time, seen as a relic of rock and roll’s past, The Boss speaks to me. His music, his words, they’re something[...]

Box Office Report For August 9-11

Welcome back everyone to the weekly box office report! As always, each and every single Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, the adaptation of Scary Stories to Tell in[...]

The Top 25 Best Actress Winners To Date

We’ve nearly reached the end of the line, so that means only one thing…it’s almost over folks. Yes, this penultimate time around I’ll be tackling one of the very biggest of the big eight categories, one of the only two left. This one is arguably the second or third biggest[...]

Review Round-Up: “After The Wedding,” “Brian Banks,” “Light Of My Life,” And “Ode To Joy”

It’s incredible how many films are hitting theaters today. It’s one of the more crowded new release slates in a bit, so a review round-up is necessary on this Friday. Here we’ll be discussing four of the movies we weren’t able to review so far this week, giving them at[...]

Looking At Potential Best Director Contenders

My movie loving friends, as you all know from years past, as well as in my return article for this series a week or so ago, it’s one thing to read early Academy Award predictions at this point in the year in order to see what folks like myself think[...]

“The Peanut Butter Falcon” Is A Miracle Of A Movie And One Of The Year’s Best

Nothing feels better than when a film wins you over, fully and truly. The Peanut Butter Falcon is all heart and inspires joy within you from start to finish. Flying under the radar, this adventure story is one of the year’s absolute gems, in a way that nothing else can[...]

Main Slate Announced For The 57th New York Film Festival

Just moments ago, the New York Film Festival revealed what their Main Slate lineup would be for the 57th incarnation of the cinematic gathering. Of course, the fest has previously announced their big three titles, with Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman opening things up, Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story as the centerpiece,[...]