We have to thank Chuck Wepner for taking on Muhammad Ali, because of the inspiration he’s given in Bayonne, NJ, and for inspiring the movie “Rocky.” That’s right. It’s the real Rocky Balboa, only his nickname, as much as he… Read More ›

The Wall

I just reviewed two action movies this week. The first is the choppy “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,” which lasted only two hours, and “The Wall,” director Doug Liman’s latest war drama, which lasted only 80 minutes. “The Wall”… Read More ›

Tomorrow Ever After

My mother told me that one of her cousins has a cameo role in an Indie film called “Tomorrow Ever After.” His name is Dan Rovner, and he plays a security guard, who is just a background character. Unfortunately, I… Read More ›

The Dinner

Like “Manchester by the Sea,” “The Dinner” mixes together the past and the present in order to explain the story; and like “Norman,” it also features a charming performance from Richard Gere. But unlike those two, “The Dinner” is overdosed… Read More ›

The Lovers

“The Lovers” is a well-acted, sexy, and riveting portrayal of couples going through tough times in their marriage, and how they can balance their romances between each other and their lovers. You’re just sitting there guessing on their outcomes, and… Read More ›

The Circle

As far as I know, “The Circle,” based on Dave Eggers’ book, is one of the most anticipated films this spring. To be honest with you, I don’t know why exactly, but my guesses are it is about a social… Read More ›


I wasn’t really ambitious about the new Sci-Fi Indie “Sleight,” but I decided to give it the BOTD, and found it to be a surprise. It has special effects on a low budget without making them wall-to-wall, and it somehow… Read More ›


The subtitle of “Norman” is “The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer.” The results of that subtitle are weird, honest, comical, and riveting on all accounts. It features one of the best ensembles in one of… Read More ›

The Lost City of Z

“The Lost City of Z” doesn’t just show the characters exploring new jungles; it shows the challenges and fundings of those explorations. Writer/director James Gray, in probably his best film to date, has shown us the beauty of nature, the… Read More ›


Man, these number movies these days are really inspiring and smart. “The Wolf of Wall Street” spent our money on cocaine and sex; “The Accountant” managed to combine Autism, math, and criminals very well; and “Hidden Figures” deserved to be… Read More ›

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