Director Todd Haynes’s latest Indie “Wonderstruck” is an interesting splice between a coming-of-age story and a silent movie. Based on the book by Brian Selznick, who also wrote the screenplay, the movie brings those qualities altogether. The coming-of-age story has… Read More ›


I’m not too familiar with President Lyndon B. Johnson, so I can’t talk about my opinion of him, the way I pray Donald Trump will be impeached. But what I can say is that Woody Harrelson does a fabulous job… Read More ›

Only the Brave

Man, do these forest fires keep happening, or what? I keep seeing them on the news and on the internet. It’s sickening. What you expect from a heroic drama about firefighters battling these forest fires are heart, humor, emotions, and… Read More ›


There’s an inspiring message inside “Breathe” that should be delivered to any disabled person in the world. You can go on living if you really believe in yourself. “Breathe,” directed by Andy Serkis, not only has that message, but it… Read More ›


Given this is a well-acted drama about a real-life African American attorney, “Marshall” is solid entertainment. Chadwick Boseman stars as Thurgood Marshall, an African-American attorney, whose goal is to represent defendants, wrongfully accused of crimes, because of the color of… Read More ›

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