Eighth Grade

Eighth Grade’s Elsie Fisher Will Break Your Heart

Elsie Fisher will break your heart. As 13-going-on-14-year-old Kayla, she struggles to survive eighth grade. It’s not that Kayla is bullied, she is mostly...
solo a star wars story

Solo: A Star Wars Story A Younger Version of Han Solo

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review In a galaxy far, far away Walt Disney Pictures highly anticipated prequel (Solo A Star Wars Story) to the...
Hostiles Review

Hostiles: A Gritty Western Adventure Drama

Hostiles Review, Violence & Grit Director Scott Cooper also wrote the screenplay for “Hostiles,” an intense look at the unforgiving climate endured by American settlers...
A Monster Calls

A Monster Calls: A Fairy-tale For Grownups

A Monster Calls, Not All Monsters Are Scary A Monster Calls is a fairy-tale featuring a scary-looking monster who proves to be (thankfully) friendly. The...
The Leisure Seeker

The Leisure Seeker: Finally A Film For Seniors

The Leisure Seeker Review Since most new films are targeted toward teenagers or Millennials and certainly not anyone over the age of 50, it’s refreshing...
Rules Don't Apply

Oscar Contender? Perhaps If Rules Don’t Apply

Rules Don't Apply, Beatty As Howard Hughes Production Company:  A 20th Century Fox release of a Regency Pictures film. Starring: Warren Beatty, Lily Collins, Alden Ehrenreich,...
Mr. Stanley the Merchant Prince

Mr. Stanley: The Merchant Prince

Best Documentary at La Jolla Film Festival A short film that highlights the extraordinary achievements of pioneering merchant Stanley Marcus premiered and was awarded the...
Mission Impossible Fallout

Mission Impossible – Fallout Keeps Raising the Bar

It’s usually unheard of for film critics to get excited about a sixth sequel to a commercially successful franchise, but Mission Impossible – Fallout...
ant man and the wasp

Ant-Man And The Wasp Make A Great Team

Ant Man and The Wasp Is A Summer Hit If you’re looking for a light-hearted escape from the recent wave of super hero movies where...