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September 8, 2019

Courtesy of Warner Bros.

If you’re looking for the early favorite for the audience award at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, (a prize “Green Book” took with it all the way to Oscar glory) look no further than the riveting legal drama “Just Mercy” based on...

May 15, 2019

Courtesy of IFC/Sundance Selects

Babes, money, and cocaine. Those words would lend itself to a major blockbuster, but they are featured prominently in the insightful documentary “Framing John DeLorean” chronicling the rise and fall of the once powerful tycoon.

The irony is...

May 15, 2019

Courtesy of Universal Pictures 

Could you imagine a world without The Beatles? A rock band who wrote and performed many of the greatest songs of all time. “Yesterday” - a spunky musical fantasy written by Richard Curtis (“Love Actually” and “Notting Hill”) and directed by...

October 29, 2018

Courtesy of Magnolia pictures  

If you loved Tom Hardy in “Locke” or Halle Berry in “The Call” you’re going to love “The Guilty.” A taunt, short, and skillfully muscle-tensing Danish thriller to which you can hear the echoes of Tinseltown execs opting for the rights to pr...

August 24, 2018

Courtesy of A24

If the popular song “Young, Dumb and Broke” by Khalid were to be adapted into a feature length film, it might look something like “Never Goin' Back.”

“Back” follows two high school dropouts, and lovers, Angela (Maia Mitchell) and Jessie (Camila Morrone) in...

July 26, 2018

Courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories  

“Relaxer” is going to divide audiences.

Like Director Joel Potrykus said prior to the films screening at the Cinetopia film festival: “You’re either going to love it, or hate it” - he doesn’t want any “in between.”

Now, it’s within m...

July 9, 2018

Courtesy of A24  

Guaranteed to become a late night feast of retro-pulpy goodness, Timothee Chalemet's new vehicle “Hot Summer Nights” is a kinetic ball of energy which boasts a killer soundtrack that showcases the best of what a summer movie can be.

Taking place in Cape C...

June 15, 2018

Ann Arbor, Mi 

Bo Burnham, 27 has been making audiences laugh for years with his unique style of comedy that he often blends into singing. Fans show up in droves whenever he's on the scene. You might have seen his supporting turns in, my favorite film of 2017, “The Big Si...

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