A British author in search of inspiration receives a letter from the island of Guernsey & is thrust back to events of the German occupation–& finds both love & a subject for her next book.
Munich: the Edge of War (2022)
A fictionalized account of the 1938 Munich Treaty signing raises what if? questions & reassess PM Neville Chamberlain’s legacy.
The racism of the London police trigger an uprising of London’s West Indian Community when the cops continually raid their beloved Mangrove Cafe.
The story of Alexander Hamilton from his humble rise & friendship with Aaron Burr & several Founding Fathers to his close relationship with George Washington, his marriage, & dual with Burr.
The Gentlemen (2019)
The title must be taken with a pound of salt in Guy Ritchie’s new action comedy, stuffed with killers and drug dealers and a blackmailer. It also requires us to root for a bad guy who has earned his millions through his network of marijuana farms—though we are supposed to see a redeeming factor when …
Official Secrets (2019)
A British woman who leaked a secret email in order to prevent the Iraq War confesses and tried as a traitor while protesting the illegality of the war.
Blinded by the Light (2019)
This film is guaranteed to raise your spirits! Click the movie title to read my entire review.
Red Joan (2019)
Judi Dench is such a capable and beloved actress that it is understandable if viewers root for her octogenarian character Joan Stanley (played by Sophie Cookson in the flashbacks to Joan’s younger days) when she photographs documents from her atomic research lab and passes them on to the Soviets in the 40s and 50s. When …
The Party (2017)
A London woman politician’s party ends on an unintended note when revelations of adultery surface.
British PM Churchill argues & pleads with his generals to stop the invasion of Normandy 3 days before its launch because it will fail, as did the WW 1 of Gallipoli which he had led.