Let It Be Finally Sees the Full Light of Day

Long considered a documentary of The Beatles at their miserable lowest, we can see more clearly now Out of circulation for decades, Let It Be finally gets a restored and repositioned ... Continue Reading →

Unfrosted – A Romp Through the Seemingly Fictional Breakfast War of 1963

In his TV show, Seinfeld was obsessed with breakfast, and here in his feature film debut as star, director, co-writer, producer Seinfeld distills all that into 93 pretty clever minutes. The ... Continue Reading →

Happy 60th Anniversary to the Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood

It’s ‘back to the future’ for Universal Studios Hollywood as the wonderful entertainment theme park marks the 60th anniversary of its celebrated Studio Tour in a variety ... Continue Reading →

Steve! (Martin): A Documentary in 2 Pieces (A24)

A wonderful documentary by Morgan Neville explores the life and times of the fascinating and multidimensional Steve Martin. Working mostly from voice overs and vintage film clips, the ... Continue Reading →

Bob Marley: One Love – The Biopic That Mostly Succeeds 

Packing the politics, the history, the love and the music into a couple hours remains a challenge   The interest in legacy music cuts across generations. This is certainly apparent ... Continue Reading →

The Greatest Night in Pop

Musicians holding concerts and supporting causes goes back a very long time, but certainly a tip of the hat to George Harrison for bringing the effort into broad public consciousness ... Continue Reading →

Infinity Pool

Anyone was under age and able to sneak into a theater to see early David Cronenberg films probably never forgot the experiences, and likely followed him as he began to receive mainstream ... Continue Reading →

Zone of Interest

Based loosely on the Martin Amis novel of the same name, this film is a stunning, chilling and amazing accomplishment. It begins by telling the seemingly mundane story of a relatively ... Continue Reading →