It’s too dry to be entertaining. “Kandahar” is the latest collaboration between Gerard Butler and director Ric Roman Waugh after the awful “Angel Has Fallen” and the entertaining “Greenland.” It’s neither awful or entertaining; it’s in the center of “Who… Read More ›

Fast X

These tires need to be rotated. My loyal readers on my website will know that I have not been a fan of the “Fast & Furious” sequels lately. I disliked “The Fate of the Furious,” I hated both “Hobbs &… Read More ›

The Mother

J. Lo runs out of bullets here. The latest Jennifer Lopez vehicle “The Mother” makes it to Netflix, the streaming site guaranteed to make it a hit, even though it doesn’t amount to much. Niki Caro has made some fresh… Read More ›


A mind game that’s missing some brain cells. Robert Rodriguez’s latest movie “Hypnotic” has entered Hitchcock territory, especially since he was inspired by a restored widescreen re-release of “Vertigo.” It has a concept that can work, especially when ingenious thrillers… Read More ›

Polite Society

Never underestimate this fighting dreamer. “Polite Society” is a British-Indian action comedy that doesn’t succumb to traditional cliches, but rather allow these women to be smart and versatile. I mean no disrespect to any culture; I’m saying we should see… Read More ›


Don’t mess with this gold prospector. “Sisu” is a movie that plays like a low-budgeted version of “John Wick” meets “Inglorious Basterds,” because it uses no names that American audiences would know and, simultaneously, it offers the same kind of… Read More ›

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