A girl goes from brat to killer in this WTF French import. “Titane,” the French film that made writer/director Julia Duccourna (“Raw”) the second female director to win the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, is a bizarre and… Read More ›


A war you can’t win. The initials for the title “Mayday” are repeated as “Mary,” “Alpha,” “Yankee,” “Delta,” “Alpha,” and “Yankee.” And they’re echoed until we see the person speaking those words on the radio. “Mayday” is a drama fantasy… Read More ›

Midnight Mass

Mike Flanagan’s Netflix series has its angels and demons. Mike Flanagan is known for directing such horror films as “Oculus” and “Doctor Strange,” and shows like “The Haunting of Hill House.” Now, he has a new show on Netflix,” which… Read More ›

The Starling

Melissa McCarthy and Kevin Kline both deserve better than this. Director Theodore Melfi reunites with his “St. Vincent” stars Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd, but unfortunately, unlike that film, “The Starling” is a disappointing mess, and one of the year’s… Read More ›

The Guilty

The performances shine over these recycled phone calls. You have to know your past in order to know your future: a lesson that everyone should acknowledge. It’s not just apply to history, but also movies. You have to know what… Read More ›

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Jessica Chastain keeps her faith as the make-up wearing televangelist. I’m not a religious person (I apologize), so I don’t see the campy religious films like last week’s “Show Me the Father.” I do, however, come across some entertaining religious… Read More ›

Cry Macho

Clint Eastwood’s latest is not “A Perfect World.” Clint Eastwood has been able to survive the next few generation of filmmaking with such masterpieces as “Million Dollar Baby,” “Gran Torino,” “American Sniper,” and “Sully.” I still have a lot more… Read More ›

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