The Innocents

The connection of telekinetic powers threatens these kids, one of whom is autistic. Its not often we get to see a foreign film with an autistic character. We’ve mostly seen them in American movies like “Rain Man” or “Come Play,”… Read More ›


Not the Liam Neeson film I’d pay attention to or even remember. The last two Liam Neeson action movies I chose to skip were “The Ice Road” and “Blacklight,” because when I sense a movie will be bad, I’ll take… Read More ›

Petite Maman

Twin actresses playing a mother and daughter is more delightful and emotional than you’d expect. Translated from French to English as “Little Mom,” “Petite Maman” is a French movie that can easily relate to the child in all of us…. Read More ›

The Northman

The gritty and gruesome tale that inspired the gritty and gruesome Shakespeare tragedy. The Scandinavian legend Amleth is the one who inspired William Shakespeare’s tragedy “Hamlet.” The story of how a king was murdered by his treacherous brother, and the… Read More ›

The Bad Guys

This cute cartoon has a Tarantino and Soderbergh style. “The Bad Guys” begins with a “Pulp Fiction” inspired diner scene when Mr. Snake tells Mr. Wolf he hates birthdays, and claims he can taste air. And as they leave the… Read More ›


Let the ambulance pass. Michael Bay’s latest action movie “Ambulance” is basically like “The Fast and the Furious” mixed with “Heat,” “Gone in 60 Seconds,” “Bullitt,” and “Speed,” as we get bank robbers hijacking an ambulance with the paramedic and… Read More ›

Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Sonic sequel needs the avoid the speed traps. I envy at how Sonic the Hedgehog (voiced by Ben Schwartz) can send his human friends Tom (James Marsden) and Maddie (Tika Sumpter) through his portal ring to Hawaii for a wedding,… Read More ›

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