Romance

In The Heights

The best movie musical of 2021 so far has arrived! Fresh off his success with the filmed version of “Hamilton,” Lin-Manuel Miranda has another Broadway sensation called “In The Heights” hitting the big and small screen simultaneously in theaters and… Read More ›

Finding You

Well-meaning romance lacks the luck of the Irish I was looking forward to “Finding You,” which is a young love story about two Americans from different worlds traveling to Ireland. For two reasons: one being that I’m of Irish decent,… Read More ›

Monday

I hate Mondays and I don’t like this movie. “Monday,” the latest independent entry starring MCU’s very own Sebastian Stan, sounds like something out of “Before Sunrise” with its two lovers meeting in a European country. It’s Friday night, and… Read More ›

Long Weekend

A romantic comedy that’s stranger than fiction. You’ve probably haven’t heard of the new romantic comedy “Long Weekend,” of its one-minute trailer premiering a few weeks earlier, and it’s vague plot summary on IMDB. But if you have the time… Read More ›

Blithe Spirit

A ghoulish waste of time for these talented actors. The second film version of Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit” play stars such talented people like Dan Stevens, Leslie Mann, Isla Fisher, and Judi Dench, but misuses them for typical and embarrassing… Read More ›

Little Fish

Hey Jude, this is a real threatening case of Forget Me Nots. Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love with girl. Boy marries girl. And boy and girl forget each other. Let’s hope the last part doesn’t happen. The reason… Read More ›

Bliss

This Matrix-type thriller can’t decide what’s real or fake. “Bliss” is the latest Sci-Fi drama to channel on “The Matrix,” and I recall my dislikes for “Serenity,” which turned out to be a gloomy and poorly acted rip-off of that…. Read More ›

Malcolm & Marie

This entertaining drama expresses its words through yelling and bantering. “Malcolm & Marie” is not based on a play, but it feels like it should become a play, because it just features John David Washington and Zendaya trading words with… Read More ›

Supernova

Every minute counts for Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci. I saw “Supernova” in a small theater with two other people in the audience. Since it was basically empty, that meant they could complain about the film’s meaning. They were asking… Read More ›

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