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Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Big Foot’ Dazzles

Upon first glance, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Big Foot appears to be a film destined for the bargain bin at Walmart. However, if you took a second and checked the film’s IMDB page, the first thing which…

Movie Review: ‘Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ Is A Delightful Followup

Part of the magic behind the original Lego Movie was how writer/directors Christopher Miller and Phillip Lord were able to seamlessly combine a child’s imagination with real-world implications creating a delightful father and son narrative that touched audiences around the globe. It would be…

Movie Review ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Is Likely To Have A Big Night At The Oscars

Just as no one should never judge a book by its cover, nobody should judge a movie just on a quick glance. Marielle Heller’s ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ is an engrossing examination of what makes us feel alive. Lee…

Review: ‘These Small Moments’ Is A Hidden Gem

Melissa B. Miller Constanzo’s All These Small Moments perfectly captures those seminal moments which shape our lives. It’s hard even to fathom how this was Constanzo’s first feature film. The first time writer and director exhibited such skill in not only…

Review: ‘True Detective’ Season Three Starts Strong

The best thing which True Detective did this season was returning to its roots. While the caliber of acting in the second season was strong, the departure from weaving in multiple timelines while sticking with a slightly macabre tone left that season…

Review: ‘Made For More’ Documentary Appeals To All

Rachel and Dave Hollis’s Made For More documentary is a wonderfully constructed snapshot of why her message resonates. It’s really quite amazing to witness firsthand. In the interest of full disclosure, my wife is a huge fan of Hollis and was the…

Ten Movies You Should Be Anticipating In 2019

Happy New Year! As we clean up from our New Year’s festivities, it’s time to focus on 2019. While 2018 had a large number of quality releases, it seems that 2019 has numerous sequels scheduled. Whether this is a good…

Eighteen Movies Which Stood Out In 2018

As the new year is fastly approaching, It’s time to take a moment and look at eighteen movies which stood out in 2018. I certainly understand how some might feel that this list is missing a few titles, but we…

Review: ‘Destroyer’ Should Win Kidman An Oscar

Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer is a scintillating piece of cinema featuring a jaw-dropping performance from  Nicole Kidman. Audiences across the globe have never seen Kidman in this type of role, and I’m not sure they ever will again. Kusama brought out a…

Review: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Is Delightful

Arguably, Mary Poppins is one of the more iconic titles in Disney’s film library. So when it was announced that Rob Marshall had signed on to direct the sequel, Mary Poppins Returns, it’s easy to understand why most felt uneasy about the announcement….