Enter the Warrior's Gate (2016) - Movie ReviewA beautiful princess-in-waiting.  A bullied teen ready to explore his angst.  And a magical box with transportation powers to Imperial China.  Enter the Warrior’s Gate is a fish out of water narrative on TWO fronts, cleverly tackling both the ancient and modern world in its running  ...

The Book of Henry - Movie ReviewThe Book of Henry is an ambitious, heart-tugging, and well-intentioned tale about the value of family and the lengths to which we are willing to go for our children. It stars Naomi Watts as a single mother struggling to raise her two young boys, one of whom is a genius ...

Churchill - Movie ReviewBoy, does Brian Cox ever ham it up in the wartime bio-drama Churchill! For that matter, so does everyone else involved, from director Jonathan Teplitzky, who is never able to put the brakes on Cox’s Shakespeareian histrionics, to first-time screenwriter Alex von Tunzelmann, whose  ...

The Survivalist - Movie ReviewIt begins with a line graph.  Close-up.  In your face.  Two lines snaking their way up, up, up into the far reaches of the black space.  The red graph tracks the climbing human population and the oil production is in blue.  And then the blue line drops.  Dramatically.  Not too  ...

Baywatch - Movie ReviewBaywatch director Seth Gordon and his team of six(!) screenwriters had only two possible routes to take with their high-profile big screen adaptation of the hit ‘90s TV show: serious, or wink-wink ...

The Wall - Movie ReviewA wall. A divider used for shelter, protection, or privacy. A barrier that separates good from evil, life from death, and secrets from the known. It’s a metaphor director Doug Liman uses to great effect in The Wall, a film that takes place in late 2007 during the waning months of the ...

The Dinner (2017) - Movie ReviewAs parents, it is our job to protect our children at all costs, right? How far would your “Mama Bear” instinct take you in safeguarding your child’s well-being? Before you answer, you must watch The Dinner. What you witness in Oren Moverman’s adaptation of the best-selling ...

The Circle - Movie ReviewIf thoughts of covering your webcam and cutting your internet connection have ever crossed your mind as the means for getting a bit more privacy, then The Circle certainly isn’t a movie for you. It’s a creepy satire about paranoia, secrecy, and the price we are willing to pay for ...

From a House on Willow Street - Movie ReviewTongues.  Why did it have to be tongues? Burning doll eyes – with their cherub faces growing increasingly elongated due to the intense heat – are some scary-ass creepy shit.  That’s how the very pulpy and very bloody House on Willow Street opens.  An extreme close-up on glassy doll eyes  ...

Tommy's Honour - Movie ReviewHow does one draw enthusiasm and excitement from a film about the history of golf? In the case of Tommy’s Honour, one doesn’t. In all fairness, the film isn’t about the history of golf, nor does it set out to be the next Tin Cup or Caddyshack. Regardless, its story, ...

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