You guys ran out of ammo. Since “Expend4bles” is said to be the last film to star Sylvester Stallone, it seems typical that they would try to deceive the audience into thinking they would kill his character Barney Ross. If… Read More ›


Don’t mess with this gold prospector. “Sisu” is a movie that plays like a low-budgeted version of “John Wick” meets “Inglorious Basterds,” because it uses no names that American audiences would know and, simultaneously, it offers the same kind of… Read More ›


Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell both earn their wings. Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell both have a fascinating connection in this Korean War movie called “Devotion.” It opens with the reminder that it was a “Forgotten War,” which lasted for… Read More ›

Operation Mincemeat

Colin Firth, Matthew Macfadyen, and Kelly Macdonald star as stylish spies during a real WWII mission. “Operation Mincemeat” is based on the true, successful British deception operation of WWII to disguise the allied invasion of Sicily. “Operation Trojan horse” is… Read More ›


This battle against ISIS is provocative, emotional, and dangerous on all accounts. The directorial debut of Matthew Michael Carnahan (the writer of “The Kingdom,” “World War Z,” and “Dark Waters”) is one of the best movies of the year. “Mosul”… Read More ›

The Painted Bird

This radiant WWII drama is both watchable and unwatchable. “The Painted Bird” is one of the most beautifully photographed and graphic WWII movies I’ve ever seen, and I commend screenplay writer/director Vaclav Marhoul for painting it like a portrait. Filmed… Read More ›


Tom Hank’s next WWII flick cares more about the action than the narrative. Another movie to skip theaters because of the Corona virus, the latest World War II movie “Greyhound” has found its way on AppleTV+. Tom Hanks, the star and… Read More ›

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