The Little Things

  Denzel Washington is in the rarified atmosphere where he can choose with discrimination the projects in which he becomes involved. That generally means, if you have liked him ... Continue Reading →

NEWS OF THE WORLD

Tom Hanks has always had an affinity for the printed word (he is crazy for typewriters], so the idea of playing a guy in 1870 who goes from town to town in Texas reading the newspaper ... Continue Reading →

“ALL IN: THE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY” FEATURING STACEY ABRAMS – A TIMELY DOCUMENTARY

As we race toward the most tumultuous Presidential election in memory, along comes a vibrant film documenting the often opaque efforts at voter suppression. Much like the stunning “13th” ... Continue Reading →

The Cuban – Film Review

The opening credit sequence is comprised of evocative watercolor images of Havana. The splashes of color and bubbly Cuban rhythms set the stage. Lou Gossett, Jr plays Luis, a dementia ... Continue Reading →

HELMUT NEWTON: THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL

In an ironic convergence of timing, this new documentary becomes available at about the same time it was announced his favorite haunt would become a private club. The opening and closing ... Continue Reading →

RADIOACTIVE – Film Review

In flashback, like many a good biographical film, Madame Curie reflects on her early days as a struggling scientist. Kicked out of her laboratory, the feisty (and unmarried) Polish ... Continue Reading →

Documentary Review: Creem – “America’s Only Rock and Roll Magazine.”

  A year before Creem launched, Rolling Stone launched. Both publications grabbed their name from British bands. Dave Marsh called Detroit as the ugliest part of the universe, ... Continue Reading →

Greyhound – Tom Hanks Continues His Service as America’s Perennial Captain

Tom Hanks has certainly earned the sobriquet as America’s Captain. He has played that rank in myriad films and we have grown comfortable seeing his fluidity and confidence in command. Here ... Continue Reading →