For those of you who are unfamiliar with the name Daveed Diggs, he is an actor and rapper, who has appeared in such films as “Wonder” and “Ferdinand.” And if you’re also unfamiliar with Rafael Casal, he is his longtime… Read More ›

Leave No Trace

In an early Summer of Indies, we’re given a beautiful and authentic drama with no big budget appeals, no R-ratings, no cliches, and no spoiled turds. And that Indie would be “Leave No Trace,” the latest from writer/director Debra Granik… Read More ›


Ever since the “Twilight Saga” ended, Robert Pattinson has been appearing in a lot of entertaining Indies from “The Rover” to “The Lost City of Z.” He proves he’s more than just a vampire, but an Indie actor with ambition… Read More ›


The best horror movie of the year, so far, has arrived, and that is “Hereditary.” This is no jump scare piece of crap; it’s a personal study that heads straight to Hell. You don’t know how lucky you are to… Read More ›


“Adrift” is based on the true story of two people, who get stranded in the Pacific Ocean in 1983. I’ve never heard of this story, but the movie uses their real names Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp, and they’re portrayed… Read More ›

First Reformed

For the first time since “Boyhood,” I have found an Ethan Hawke performance so mesmerizing, so profound, so memorable, and so bold, it has to be seen to be believed. “First Reformed” shows us something we may or may not… Read More ›


I’m not too familiar with how the ways of life a Jewish community has to follow, but it doesn’t hurt for me to see “Disobedience,” and learn about its characters. The film was directed by Sebastian Lelio, who recently made… Read More ›


My mother has told me funny stories about how she had me and my sister as babies. She ate Oreos when I couldn’t go to sleep, and I remember knocking over a wine glass in the middle of the night…. Read More ›

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