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 →

The Rhythm Section

A fairly good premise goes awry. Various elements should make for a good story: CIA, MI6, terrorist bombing, widow sent into destitution (and prostitution), revenge or redemption for ... Continue Reading →

The Gentlemen – Guy Ritchie In Full Effect

Guy Ritchie has carved out a clever niche for himself: the British caper-crime-thriller with just the right dash of humo(u)r. If you admired any of his prior films (especially ‘Lock, ... Continue Reading →

Western Stars – Springsteen’s Cinematic View of America

I am up there when it comes to being a fan of Bruce Springsteen. He is in my amorphous list of artists whose every new release I am ready to devour and presumably love. What I have ... Continue Reading →

Bad Boys for Life

    When a certain formula works, you stick with it, trying to shape it gently so that it is sufficiently interesting for the already-convinced fan, yet not too far afield that ... Continue Reading →