This surprising film truly did earn its Oscar and, now, the Criterion Collection is releasing it. Click the headline to read my entire review.
Both a cursed prince & a young woman learn what true beauty is in this fairy tale about a girl held captive by a beast who must learn to love & to be loved.
When the head of an ad agency does not get over his grief for his dead child, his 3 partners hatch a complicated plot so that he will be declared mentally incompetent & they can save the agency from ruin.
Inside: Reviews of Cesar Chavez, Noah, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Divergent, The Wind Rises, The Great Beauty, Tim’s Vermeer, God’s Not Dead, and Pompeii. And much more. Click image or title above for more details.
A magical new film starring Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel! (5 out of 5 stars) Click the image to read my entire review.
To read the longer review click onto the film title. Cesar Chavez Rated PG-13. Malachi 3:5. This film biography of the great Hispanic Grape Boycott leader will remind us that the battle for decent wages, working conditions was as hard fought by Hispanics and as stoutly resisted as the Civil Rights struggle was for African …
On the 1964 night when Cassius Clay won the World Heavy Weight Boxing Championship in Miami Malcolm X hosts a small party that includes the Champ & their 2 friends singer Sam Cook & football player Jim Brown, their conversation ranging over issues of racism & their part in fighting it.
An eventful day in 1927 racist Chicago where Blues singer Ma Rainey records a song and faces off against her rebellious horn player & White producers.
This 4-part Neflix series chronicles the rise of Madame C.J. Walker from laundress to sales woman to the head of a national cosmetics business.
Jack London’s story still makes for good cinema. Click the title to read my entire review.