Brigsby Bear

As far as I know, there has never been movie like “Brigsby Bear.” It’s a smart and unusual comedy about a guy fascinated with a TV character nobody has ever heard of. Why? Because he never existed. But now I’ve… Read More ›

Logan Lucky

My mother just told me she hasn’t heard of “Logan Lucky,” a comedy crime caper from director Steven Soderbergh. I’m not sure how it will financially perform at the box office, since August is the slowest month for movies, and… Read More ›

The Glass Castle

I attended a special Times Talks program with author Jeannette Walls, stars Brie Larson and Naomi Watts, and director Destin Daniel Cretton, all talking about how “The Glass Castle” film adaptation reflects on the true nature of the memoir. It… Read More ›

Ingrid Goes West

I’m starting a business page on Instagram, posting about the movies I loved, liked, disliked, or hated. And when I’m done setting it up with my sister, I will post about how “Ingrid Goes West” is a brilliant take on… Read More ›

Wind River

Three years in a row, Taylor Sheridan has written such excellent screenplays for “Sicario,” “Hell or High Water,” and now this year, he has both written and directed “Wind River.” It’s not only a gorgeous picture, but also an intriguing… Read More ›


Clint Eastwood’s 1992 Western classic “Unforgiven” won four Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman), Best Director, and Best Film Editing. Given all these features, you’d find yourself a fresh movie with a lot of ambition. The movie… Read More ›

The Lion King

Last week, “The Emoji Movie” came out, and for an animated movie, it suffered one of the worst ratings on Rotten Tomatoes (8%). I skipped it, because I deserve to see better, more inventive animated movies. “The Lion King” has… Read More ›


I’ve been receiving a number of riveting African-American dramas in recent years. “The Help,” “12 Years a Slave,” “Straight Outta Compton,” “Moonlight,” “Fences,” “The Birth of a Nation,” “Selma,” “The Butler,” and “Hidden Figures”-all explosive, gripping, and entertaining on different… Read More ›


Christopher Nolan has proven to be one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of cinema. “Memento,” the “Dark Knight” trilogy, “Inception,” and “Interstellar” are my favorites from him. His latest entry, “Dunkirk,” is not only one of his best… Read More ›

A Ghost Story

I didn’t think “A Ghost Story” was all that special,  but there are a few elements that makes the movie great looking. More than anything else in the movie, I admired the art direction, scenery, scope, score, and costume design…. Read More ›

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