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Film Review: ‘Ludi’ Gives Audiences A True Immigrant Experience

The greatest thing one can say about art is how it broadens their horizons. Director Edson Jean’s debut feature Ludi certainly had that type of impact on me. Jean’s moving account of Haitian culture in Miami was equal parts beautiful…

Film Review: ‘Nobody’ Kicks All Sorts Of … Well … You Know The Rest

  Move over John Wick and make way for Hutch Mansell. Who? Everyone is soon going to become keenly aware of who exactly Hutch and some of his hidden talents. Nobody is set to release on Friday and tells the…

Film Review: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Is The Best Monsterverse Movie Yet

Godzilla vs. Kong is a nonstop epic cinematic event with relentless action that grabs audiences  and never lets up. Adam Wingard’s latest film is the textbook definition of a film that should only be seen in theaters. Even in this day…

SXSW Film Review: ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ goes about it all wrong

Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil (a documentary that made its premiere at SXSW) stands out for two very different reasons. For starters, this represents the first time anyone has got the full story about her brush with death when…

SXSW Film Review: ‘Clerk’ shows the power of Heart and Guts

“And If it’s a funny old world, mama, where a little boy’s wishes come true” really is the perfect lyric from Springsteen’s song The Wish, which perfectly sums up Malcolm Ingram’s documentary Clerk. Ingram’s chronicle into Kevin Smith’s career (which…

Film Review: ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Delivers On His Vision

In what can only be described as a stunning turn of events, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is one of the best superhero films ever made. While it is certainly not a shock that Snyder’s vision for Justice League was damn…

Film Review: ‘Coming to America 2’ Misses The Mark

Sometimes it’s best to leave well enough alone. Coming To America came out in 1988, and we fell in love with a prince from Zamunda. Director John Landis and Eddie Murphy delivered at the box-office, and the ticket sales solidified…

Interview: Marlee Matlin and the cast of ‘Feeling Through’

Colman Domingo gets it. Priyanka Chopra gets it as well. Cher Does as well. They’ve all commented on how Doug Roland’s short film ‘Feeling Through’ is downright fantastic. There’s a reason why Oscar Winner Marlee Matlin is executive producing the…

Interview: Zach Parrish Discusses Disney’s ‘Us Again’

Lost amongst all of the hoopla and praise which has been given to ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ has been how wonderful Disney’s latest animation short ‘Us Again’ is. Directed by veteran animator Zach Parrish who some might remember as…

Film Review: ‘Raya And The Last Dragon’ Will Dazzle Families

Raya And The Last Dragon is a dazzling feast for the soul. Epic in its scale, written in an inclusive manner (I’ll explain what I mean by that shortly), and set in a bold, beautiful world, Raya is one of the best…