An entertaining follow-up to “Searching,” if not equal to. “Missing” is the spiritual sequel to the 2018 breakout hit “Searching,” which told the story of a father searching for his teenage daughter through the point of view of computers and… Read More ›

Dog Gone

The dog and family you care about. There’s a strong bond between humans and dogs that makes you appreciate that animals have feelings, too. I’ve lost a boy dog named Bailey-named after George Bailey-back in 2001, and now, I’m an… Read More ›


A love letter to movies that’s shocking, vulgar, messy and outrageously entertaining. Before you go skimming to my rating of “Babylon,” I suggest you read my review before you go see it and snap at me for enjoying it. You… Read More ›

Women Talking

Should they stay or should they go? We meet a group of women in an isolated religious community-the Mennonite community that takes place in 2010, but looks like a period setting. They’ve been drugged and violated by male colonists, who… Read More ›


A story that transitions quite well from Russia to Japan to England. I was given a screener for “Living,” which is an English version of the 1952 Japanese film “Ikiru,” directed by Akira Kurosawa, and I had to watch them… Read More ›

Spoiler Alert

Spoiler Alert: this movie isn’t perfect, but it is heartwarming. Not even my positive feedback for “Bros” could give it a financial boost at the box office, and it’s a shame most of you missed out on it, because it… Read More ›

The Whale

Brendan Fraser explodes as a fat man trying to reconnect with his daughter. Brendan Fraser has a film career with iconic movies like “The Mummy,” “George of the Jungle,” acclaimed films like “Crash,” bombs like “Monkeybone” and “Furry Vengeance,” and… Read More ›

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