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  • Hostiles

    Watching Scott Cooper’s “Hostiles” is such a relaxing and riveting experience. It shows us the demons and peace in both Americans and Native Americans in the late 1800s, and has a nice cast playing those races with the right intensity…. Read More ›

  • The Commuter

    I’m a big fan of Liam Neeson, and while waiting in line for the 7PM screening of “The Commuter,” I was talking with a guy about Neeson’s previous non-action films like “Schindler’s List” and “Silence.” Sure, he’s also entertaining in… Read More ›

  • Paddington 2

    In my original review of “Paddington” on my old website, I said: “I never grew up on Paddington, a stuffed bear with a coat and hat. My mother and sister did. The only bears I grew up with are Little… Read More ›

  • Who Took Home the Gold-en Globes?

    This is my annual note-taking on the movies, shows, and people that won the Golden Globes. I had correct predictions on Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Animated Feature. Movies Best Picture: “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Best… Read More ›

  • Phantom Thread

    The word is Daniel Day-Lewis has announced his retirement from acting. I can’t say for sure whether it’s final, but it’s said his last performance would be in “Phantom Thread,” the latest feature from his “There Will Be Blood” director… Read More ›

  • Molly’s Game

    There’s a lot of money talk in “Molly’s Game, whether it’s understandable or not. Most of it is provided by Jessica Chastain, who narrates the film with the same magic given by Leonardo Di Caprio in “The Wolf of Wall… Read More ›

  • The 17 Best Films of 2017

    2017 was such a great year at the movies, that I’ve decided to add 7 movies in what would usually be my Top 10 list. Let’s begin with The Honorable Seven 17.) “The Florida Project” Director Sean Baker’s portrait of… Read More ›

  • All the Money in the World

    As many of you know: Kevin Spacey got the boot from Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World,” because of the sexual allegations aimed against him. The trailer and poster already showed us him playing J. Paul Getty, the… Read More ›

  • The Post

    Why did I love Steven Spielberg’s “The Post?” It could be because I’m a journalist. It could be that I’m a young man who loves hearing all this government/journalism talk in movies. It could be its true life story is… Read More ›

  • Downsizing

    Here’s the gist: Norwegian scientists have found a way the prevent overpopulation: shrink people. The bad news is it’s irreversible, and if the doctors forget to remove teeth caps, your head could explode; but the good news is you’re richer… Read More ›

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