‘Cherry’ Is A Rollercoaster Gone Wrong

Man, I really wanted to like “Cherry.” Tom Holland is a great actor, and I have loved Anthony and Joe Russos’ work since their days on “Community.” Right on the heels of “Avengers: Endgame,” the...

The Lord Of The Rings Still Reigns Supreme

It’s been 20 years since the release of “The Fellowship of the Ring,” the first movie in Peter Jackson’s adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings,” and the fact that these movies...

“Malcolm and Marie” is Mediocre at Best

“Malcolm & Marie” is among the few recent films that was written and made during the COVID-19 pandemic and then released on a streaming service. HBO Max had “Locked Down,” which directly referenced...

A Second Moment at Sundance

In last week’s issue, I walked you through the first half of some of the films I was able to see as a press member at the Sundance Film Festival. In this week’s issue, I want to tell you about some more of...

2020 Film Wrap-up: Who Won and Lost the Year

2020 is finally over. While the trials we faced throughout the year are still lingering in 2021, we can always hope that better days await us in the coming months. With that being said, having survived last...

COVID-19 Caused the Death of the Cinema

Going to see a movie in theaters was an integral part of many American childhoods, including my own. Whether it was for a family outing, a first date or just a fun day spent with friends, going out to watch a...

‘Possessor’ Set to Become a Cult Classic

As the month of October begins, many are excited about the wonderful holiday that is Halloween.  People prepare by dressing up, eating tons of candy or my personal favorite, watching horror movies with...

Netflix Nails it with “Chicago 7”

There has been a long stretch without a new release since “Tenet” hit theaters about four weeks ago. Netflix has been carrying the load in the meantime with films like, “I’m Thinking of Ending...