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  • The Top 10 Worst Films of 2017

    This was such a great year at movies, and due to my movie cleanse, I skipped some losers like “The Emoji Movie,” “Fifty Shades Darker,” and “Daddy’s Home 2,” but there still had to be some garbage for me to… Read More ›

  • The Shape of Water

    I’m sitting through “The Shape of Water” with a sense of awe and majesty. We first see a flooded room, the main heroine floats back down on her couch, the water drains, she takes a bath, makes herself a hard… Read More ›

  • The Disaster Artist

    I’ve seen “The Room,” and because it gained a cult following for being one of the worst movies of all time, I can’t write a review of it. I can, however, say it was terrible in its narrative, acting, and… Read More ›

  • White Christmas

    “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas.” Remember that classic from Bing Crosby? I’ve finally found the opportunity to watch his 1954 holiday classic “White Christmas,” and it is unbelievably amazing. It’s a masterpiece in cinematic history with such great songs… Read More ›

  • I, Tonya

    Margot Robbie shines again as Tonya Harding, an Olympic ice skating champ-turned disgrace, in “I, Tonya,” which focuses on her abused life on and off the ice. But the biggest issue was her husband and bodyguard hiring a man to… Read More ›

  • Darkest Hour

    Don’t see “Darkest Hour” for its story. See it for Gary Oldman’s remarkable performance as Winston Churchill. Did I say “remarkable?” I meant Oscar-Worthy. With the right make-up, clothing, and dialogue, he is sure to make everyone’s jaws drop or… Read More ›

  • Mudbound

    I prefer to watch movies in a theater, and so that’s where I chose to watch “Mudbound,” which also has a Netflix release. It’s an entertaining movie about African American and white farmers in Mississippi during the 1940s. The movie… Read More ›

  • Roman J. Israel, Esq.

    The trailers for “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” make the movie look stylish and fun, especially since it stars Denzel Washington, and is written and directed by Dan Gilroy (“Nightcrawler”). Then the reviews have been in the mixed, and I have… Read More ›

  • Coco

    Some kids are able to relate to the Day of the Dead tradition based on the shows they watch and the lessons they learn in their Spanish classes. In 2014, “The Book of Life” animated that tradition, and that was… Read More ›

  • The Man Who Invented Christmas

    Unlike most of the Christmas movies I’ve been getting lately like “A Bad Moms Christmas,” “Love the Coopers,” and “Almost Christmas,” “The Man Who Invented Christmas” is absolute fun. It’s practically a goofy take on how Charles Dickens wrote the… Read More ›

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