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“Black Widow” Movie Review

Sometimes we are willing to put issues aside if we have been waiting for something to occur for a good chunk of time so we can get that “payoff”. However,…

Interview: Kari Skogland Discusses ‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’

When Marvel goes searching for the next director to helm a project, they tend to look in places that surprise most fans. Certainly, Kari Skogland may not have had much…

Interview: Matt Shakman Discusses ‘WandaVision’

From the very beginning, it seems Director Matt Shakman was destined to helm WandaVision. His acting resume began in the mid 80’s with appearances on such shows as the Saved By The…

AFI Docs 2021 Review: LFG Shines A Light On Equality

LFG isn’t about the present but the future. The idea that in 2021 we are even discussing gender equality seems slightly baffling to me, but when the facts are examined, it’s…

Interview: Iliza Shlesinger, Margaret Cho, and Ryan Hansen Discuss ‘Good On Paper’

Good On Paper, is loosely based on Shlesinger’s experience and was written by this incredibly talented comedian. How would you handle being duped into thinking you’ve met the love of…

Interview: Colman Domingo Discusses Lessons Learned From ‘The God Committee’

While Colman is already receiving deafening levels of buzz about his performance in Zola and the anticipation for Candyman is growing by the second, his performance in The God Committee…

Film Review: ‘F9’ Has Overstayed It’s Welcome

There comes the point when enough is enough, and that time has arrived for the Fast and Furious franchise. Either a studio and a filmmaker are committed to making a quality…

Tribeca Film Review: ‘7 Days’ Is Tribeca’s Hidden Gem

Roshan Sethi’s 7 Days sets its sights on skewering traditional Indian-American dating rituals and, in the process, actually makes a wonderful statement about the unpredictable nature of life. No matter how many…

“Road Runner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” Movie Review

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain doesn’t seek to crack any mysteries surrounding what lead to Bourdain’s suicide but does paint the picture of a man so driven that it likely…

‘In The Heights’ Interview: Alice Brooks

One of the most startling cinematic experiences in recent memory was watching In The Heights a few weeks back. Was it because the film was somehow terrible? Oh no! Quite the…