Drama

A Quiet Place

There’s a certain type of movie-goers I’d like to define, based on box office results, and that type is what I always call: Horror Moths. Mostly for jump scares (the ones I’ve skipped for obvious reasons), I mock them with… Read More ›

Isle of Dogs

Wes Anderson is a master storyteller, and I told him that years ago at a Times Talks program, and when it comes to animation, he delights us with his visions, quirkiness, and imagination. “Isle of Dogs,” his first stop-motion animated… Read More ›

Vertigo

Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 mystery thriller “Vertigo” has it all-fears, romance, lies, twists, obsession, and temptations. I’ve watched it for the first time, as part of its 60th Anniversary, and I was amazed at the directions it takes. James Stewart plays… Read More ›

Love, Simon

“Love, Simon” is probably the first teen love story to bring tears to my eyes. It’s no Nicholas Spark cliche piece of crap or romances between monsters and humans; it’s a bromance story-the kind that needs to be private, until… Read More ›

Thoroughbreds

“Thoroughbreds,” the directorial debut of Cory Finley, is noteworthy as Anton Yelchin’s last film. For those of you who don’t know him, his credits include the JJ Abrams “Star Trek” movies, “Alpha Dog,” and “Green Room.” As you know, he… Read More ›

Annihilation

“Annihilation” is a bizarre, yet absorbing experience-a Sci-Fi thriller has mutates itself with all the mutations going on. Hell, I’m pondering on how movie-goers will take it, especially since CinemaScore awards C+ to certain once, and “Black Panther” is breaking… Read More ›

Permission

“Permission” makes up for some of the worst sex movies I’ve seen in years, like “Sex Tape” or “Fifty Shades of Grey.” It can’t guarantee you a happy ending, because that’s how life is sometimes. Nobody can always win. But… Read More ›

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