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Category Archives: Film
Ready Player One – 3D and packed to the hilt with film’s version of Easter Eggs – yep, Steven Spielberg certainly went over the top for the film Ready Player One. Aside from the countless icons of pop culture crammed … Continue reading
What do you think of when you hear BP? At one time, it would have represented one of the largest oil and fuel companies we have come to know. Much has occurred since then amid oil spills, what appears as … Continue reading
True, I have grown up seeing Star Wars in the theatre and it is amazing to acknowledge how far Star Wars has come, with so many changes, so many landmarks, that make it a true space soap opera. There is … Continue reading
OF COURSE COCOA is Hot, but when we are talking about the latest Disney film, Coco, yes, that is hot for many reasons as well. From the beginning I had reservations until I did hear the behind the scenes testimony … Continue reading
Swedish. Spanish subtitles. A mild interest in seeing what this Hannes Holm film, A Man Called Ove. As a Swedish author, Fredrik Backman and his novel that led to the movie, I went in unsure. Realizing I was not going … Continue reading
oHieronymus Bosch. Not familiar with and well acquainted with this artist after It Comes at Night. Not able to find the painting that appears in the film and bizarre loss of facts about this artist add to the, “what you … Continue reading
In seeing The Promise, directed by Terry George, and starring Oscar Isaac, Charlotte Le Bon, Christian Bale, but you realize half way into the movie you realize some pertinent points, this is a film that captures your heart due to the … Continue reading
“It is Inevitable.” There is so so much about King Arthur: Legend of the Sword that is over the top – but let’s start with the soundtrack. Sam Lee and The Wild Berry /The Devil and the Hunstman- nothing has … Continue reading
Baldwin’s “I am Not Your Negro” sets the sets the stage for serious contemplation and discussions towards change.
Very few times have I taken in a documentary in a movie theatre, usually the norm has been as a documentary film festival or other event. When the trailer caught my eye for James Baldwin’s I Am Not Your Negro, I … Continue reading