Fort Tilden (2014) Reviewed
Bulworth (1998) reviewed.
My perspective on movies. Why and how I approach films.
Michael Ritchie’s Prime Cut (1972) is a meaty parable that pits Lee Marvin’s raw Chicago gangster against a bloody country mob.
A playlist of songs that could theoretically fit into director Danny Boyle's distinct musical sensibilities.
Explaining the philosophy of Nietzsche with 'Suicide Squad' & Zack Snyder's DC Extended Universe.
John Matsuya and Ben Matsuya discuss their top 10 favorite films of 2015, including Mad Max: Fury Road, The Revenant, Victoria, and Room.
The Intern, The Green Inferno, & Sicario Review: Emily Blunt, Anne Hathaway, and Eli Roth fight for box office dominance in this insane triple feature.
Fort Tilden Movie Review: Sarah Violet-Bliss seemingly skewers millennials - only to express deep sympathy for a lost generation.
Ricki and The Flash & Danny Collins Review: Al Pacino and Meryl Streep prove why some classics never go out of style.
Bulworth Review: Warren Beatty's political satire takes added significance with the rise of Trump in the 2016 Republican Primary.
The Great Moment Review: Preston Sturges' 1944 dramatic biopic of the discoverer of anesthesia is a strange dramatic anomaly in a career built on comedy.
Soylent Green Review: Charlton Heston & Edward G. Robinson star in this 1973 environmental sci-fi classic seen differently today in the age of GMO's.
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