The Hollars Review and Recap – If you missed The Hollars when it was in the theaters you can now catch it airing on Starz and it is certainly worth a watch. The Hollars Review and Recap When Mrs. Sally Hollar (Margo Martindale) has a seizure, the resulting trip to the hospital and the protocol of
Beauty and the Beast – Disney’s repackaging of the 90’s classic Beauty and the Beast is phenomenal from start to finish. Within thirty seconds of placing 3D glasses over your eyes, you forget all the hype surrounding Josh Gad’s portrayal of a “gay” character, and you are reminded of the reason you fell in love with
Nocturnal Animals – “Having a gay husband is not such a bad thing,” says Susan’s friend at her gallery opening. That, along with Fellini-esque majorette dancing fat ladies in a performance piece, is enough to place you in Los Angeles. Susan is married to a man almost as pretty as she is but he’s a
Miami Film Festival — While much ado is frequently made about the Tribeca Film Festival, and for just cause, there’s another major film festival that should come to mind when talking about impactful film festivals: the Miami Film Festival. Although it’s not as well publicized as its New York counterpart, the Miami Film Festival draws
Admiral – Netflix subscribers you can stream the lavish, historical drama Admiral – a wonderful blend of political intrigue and adventure on the high seas – based on true events and the career of the naval genius Michiel de Ruyter. Review and recap Admiral The epic story runs just over two hours and features big
Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives — Excited about the Tribeca Film Festival this year? You’ll be delighted to know about the opening film, Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives! The festival will kick off its 16th edition at Radio City Music Hall with a unique evening blending independent film and legendary music,
Movies You’ll Both Enjoy this Valentine’s Day – Sometimes, the most romantic thing can be to just stay in with some take-out and watch a movie. If this is what you and your significant other are planning for Valentine’s Day, but are searching for movies to watch that you’ll both enjoy, here are some suggestions.
New Justice League Dark — With the new Justice League films set to hit the big screens this summer (and with much talk of it being a flop because it’s DC Comics), comics fans are getting their fair share of films that are actually close to the original source material courtesy of Warner Brothers Entertainment.
The Accountant is a uniquely gifted, and high functioning person with Autism. He is the product of a specialized school for autistic children and a military Father with an iron will. During the film, you learn that he has no identity. He becomes whomever he chooses to be (within a virtual rolodex of famous mathematicians),
Fences is the big screen adaptation of August Wilson’s 1983 play ,which won a 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It paints an incredible portrait of the 1950’s African American family. Denzel Washington plays Troy Maxon, a washed up Negro-League baseball star turned garbage man, struggling with race relations and the economic impact it has on his