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Tribeca Film Review: ‘Road Runner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’

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 contributed to his downfall. The question does become though what…

‘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 contrary, Jon Chu’s latest project is without question his finest…

Interview: ‘Plan B’ Cast and Director

It appears that when you mix an upcoming director with one of the stars of Liv and Maddie and another from The Big Sick, the result is magic. Perhaps, walking into my screening of Plan B, which is out now on Hulu,…

Interview: Jon Reisch – Visual Effects Supervisor for ‘Luca’

Jon Reisch has been at the forefront of Pixar‘s dominance of the animation landscape for 17 years. He’s been involved in everything ranging from Up to Cars to The Good Dinosaur. Pixar has set the standard for photo-realism and eye-popping visuals which is…

Film Review: ‘A Quiet Place 2’ Fails To Reach The Lofty Standards Of The Original

Krasinski’s latest project is a perfect of why things should be left alone. Paramount should have been pleased with the first film bringing in 341 million and moved on. A Quiet Place came off as a fantastic horror film that…

Film Review: ‘Spiral’ Ushers in a New Era of Terror

If anything, Spiral made me want to have a conversation with director Darren Lynn Bousman even more. Walking to the screening, part of me expected to see a film that hit on some familiar beats while delivering gruesome moments of…

Film Review: ‘Army of the Dead’ Is Fine Enough

Army of the Dead is fine enough and delivers on its promise. Whether that makes Zack Snyder’s latest project a good movie, though, is certainly up for debate. If anyone planning to go to either the theater or stream the…

Marvel Movie Movie Reviews

Interview: Henry Jackman, Composer, ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’

If anyone has seen Cherry, The Comey Rule, Extraction, or Jumanji: The Next Level, you have already been exposed to the brilliance of Henry Jackman. What many don’t realize is his best work is easily the work he’s done in the Marvel…

Interview: Eric Leven, VFX Supervisor ‘Falcon and The Winter Soldier’

While most fans are gobsmacked by the visual splendor found in most Marvel projects, it often gets lost in the shuffle how much time and detail goes into pulling these moments off. Eric Leven has made a career out of…

Interview: Tom Skerritt Discusses ‘East of the Mountains’

Tom Skerritt has been one of the most consistent and versatile actors working in Hollywood for over three decades. Skerritt got his start working in theater and is probably most recognized for his role as Viper in Top Gun, but…