Al Pacino, Avenger Superhero Nazi hunter in ‘Hunters’ on Amazon Prime

 Superhero movies have nothing on ‘Hunters’ starring Al Pacino in Amazon Prime series now streaming.  Al Pacino stars as the leader of a group of Nazi hunters who uncover a plot ... Continue Reading →

ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND

  A very accurate and poignant title for a documentary about one of the pillars of modern music. Martin Scorsese brings his deep seated fascination of music to the story of his ... Continue Reading →

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries movie, Agatha Raisin, & more great Brit series on Acorn TV

Acorn TV offers great whodunit series and more from Britain and beyond  Author Agatha Christie was called “the Queen of Crime” thanks to her mega-popular British murder mysteries ... Continue Reading →

‘The Mandalorian’ ‘Joker’ get awards from Publicists 2020

Showbiz Publicists celebrated the winners of its 57th Annual ICG (International Cinematographers Guild IATSE Local 600) Awards at the Beverly Hilton on the eve of the Oscars 2020. ... Continue Reading →

1917

  One of the most astounding technical feats in recent cinema actually melts away, in favor of the story. That is rarely the case with technical breakthroughs, but in 1917 the ... Continue Reading →

Just Mercy

In the midst of awards season comes a film that will not be forgotten in the next round. “Just Mercy” tells the story of Bryan Stevenson, a Harvard Law School grad who eschewed ... Continue Reading →

Little Women – The Best of Seven Prior Versions

  Greta Gerwig goes from strength to strength. Her prior film “Lady Bird” met with understandable kudos, and now she offers a Christmas gift with her reworking of ... Continue Reading →

Bombshell – A Very Timely Film

Every so often, the stars align and the timing for release of a film overlaps with headlines on the front pages of the news. In 1979 The China Syndrome was released just as Three Mile ... Continue Reading →