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  • High Life

    Inspiration from the best Space Operas leads to an erotic drama. The best word to describe “High Life” is interesting. It’s a Sci-Fi Indie that has been inspired by “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “The Martian,” and “Interstellar,” but is given… Read More ›

  • Amazing Grace

    In uplifting doc, the Queen of Soul embraces the power of God The loss of the great Aretha Franklin, best known as the Queen of Soul, has affected the world in many ways. Not just musicians and actors, but fans… Read More ›

  • Pet Sematary (2019)

    Bury people here, and they come back as satanic brats As far as I know, there are two film version of “Pet Sematary,” both based on Stephen King’s novel. I skipped the first one was from 1989, because I’ve heard… Read More ›

  • Diane

    Emotions grab your heart and eyes, if only the title character knew what she really wanted. For most of the way through, we’re able to feel the emotions of the characters, whether they cry or argue. “Diane” is a movie… Read More ›

  • The Best of Enemies

    Henson and Rockwell have chemistry, even if their characters are different activists. I attended a special screening of “The Best of Enemies,” and one of the topics Taraji P. Henson, Sam Rockwell, writer/director Robin Bissell were discussing was that certain… Read More ›

  • The Matrix

    Happy Birthday Dear Neo, Happy Birthday To You In 1999, the Wachowskis (formally known as the Wachowski Brothers before their sex-change operations) released a Sci-Fi movie so awe-inspiring, it has become an iconic phenomenon. “The Matrix” is celebrating its 20-year-old… Read More ›

  • Dumbo (2019)

    It’s not always about Dumbo, but he still flies. The 1941 Disney classic “Dumbo” may have lasted for only an hour, but it still took a lot of imagination to bring to life an elephant with big floppy ears. It… Read More ›

  • The Beach Bum

    What smells like a skunk? This stoner comedy from Harmony Korine I attended a special screening of Harmony Korine’s latest written and directed work, “The Beach Bum,” and they were nice enough to give us promotional hats and a scratch… Read More ›

  • The Aftermath

    This post WWII movie offers typical soap opera cliches World War II dramas are usually compelling, whether they take place before, during, or after. Sometimes they’re not even about fighting, but instead, they’re about guilt and memories. In fact, I… Read More ›

  • Hotel Mumbai

    The attacks are so real, you’ll want to look behind your seats I have a thing for international thrillers, mostly involving terrorists, because of how they craft the drama and thrills with pure honesty. And I also admire stories set… Read More ›

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