Western

Old Henry

Tim Blake Nelson has the true grit as a farmer with a secret. Probably my favorite performance from Tim Blake Nelson comes from “O’Brother Where Art Thou,” which was a Coen Brothers version of “The Odyssey.” He was excellent in… Read More ›

Cry Macho

Clint Eastwood’s latest is not “A Perfect World.” Clint Eastwood has been able to survive the next few generation of filmmaking with such masterpieces as “Million Dollar Baby,” “Gran Torino,” “American Sniper,” and “Sully.” I still have a lot more… Read More ›

News of the World

Wagons West for the Tom Hanks and Paul Greengrass western. “News of the World” is the first collaboration of Tom Hanks and director Paul Greengrass since “Captain Phillips,” which made my list of the best films of 2013. This time,… Read More ›

Let Him Go

Now this is one Hell of a family feud. The new Neo-western drama “Let Him Go,” stars Diane Lane, Kevin Costner, and Lesley Manville in three gripping performances in a movie uses the words “custody battle” loosely. It’s about good… Read More ›

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Anthology movies are usually entertaining in the movies (despite the repulsive “Movie 43”), and often times, they’re craft with such bizarre and silly humor. Three years ago, I saw “Wild Tales,” a brilliant Spanish comedy, which focused on unpredictable twisted… Read More ›

Damsel

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 ›

Hostiles

Watching Scott Cooper’s “Hostiles” is such a relaxing and riveting experience. It shows us the demons and peace in both Americans and Native Americans in the late 1800s, and has a nice cast playing those races with the right intensity…. Read More ›

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