Category Archives: Movies + TV

New Trailer Released for: “BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY”

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY – Are you excited? Here are the details: Release: November 2, 2018 Cast: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander, and Mike Myers SYNOPSIS: Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen,

New Trailer Released for: “BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY”

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY – Are you excited? Here are the details: Release: November 2, 2018 Cast: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander, and Mike Myers SYNOPSIS: Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen,

First Trailer & Pics Released for the Powerhouse YA Novel Turned to Film: “The Hate U Give”

Angie Thomas‘ breakthrough debut, the bold and timely book, The Hate U Give is now a film to be released in October of 2018. Starr Carter is a sixteen-year-old who lives in the ghetto but goes to school in the

First Trailer & Pics Released for the Powerhouse YA Novel Turned to Film: “The Hate U Give”

Angie Thomas‘ breakthrough debut, the bold and timely book, The Hate U Give is now a film to be released in October of 2018. Starr Carter is a sixteen-year-old who lives in the ghetto but goes to school in the

“Life Itself” Recharges Viewers with Passion, Intelligence and Nostalgia

Some weeks really are just harder than others. Frustrations at work, miscommunication with loved ones, respected celebrity’s suicides, bills and barking dogs next door. I hit a low at the end of last week and then bounced back quickly after

“Life Itself” Recharges Viewers with Passion, Intelligence and Nostalgia

Some weeks really are just harder than others. Frustrations at work, miscommunication with loved ones, respected celebrity’s suicides, bills and barking dogs next door. I hit a low at the end of last week and then bounced back quickly after

Chekov’s “THE SEAGULL” is One of the First Great Movies of 2018

Translating Chekhov is no small feat. The acclaimed Russian playwright grapples with themes of infidelity, suicide, heartache and the value and cost of fame as well as aging, thrift, and loyalty, but he does so with brevity, grace, and barrels

Chekov’s “THE SEAGULL” is One of the First Great Movies of 2018

Translating Chekhov is no small feat. The acclaimed Russian playwright grapples with themes of infidelity, suicide, heartache and the value and cost of fame as well as aging, thrift, and loyalty, but he does so with brevity, grace, and barrels

“Boom For Real”: New Basquiat Documentary Examines His Early Years

Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat continues to command attention thirty years after his death. His continued notoriety is due to his mythic past, his prolific art creation pace because he broke through art barriers as a black man and definitely because no

“Boom For Real”: New Basquiat Documentary Examines His Early Years

Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat continues to command attention thirty years after his death. His continued notoriety is due to his mythic past, his prolific art creation pace because he broke through art barriers as a black man and definitely because no

“The Rider” an Intimate and Honest Film About a Real American Cowboy

Rodeo cowboy Brady Blackburn (Brady Jandreau) is recovering from a traumatic head injury. He lives with his heavy drinking dad and simple, happy sister in a trailer in the Pine Ridge Indian Plantation. His is a setting of sprawl and

“The Rider” an Intimate and Honest Film About a Real American Cowboy

Rodeo cowboy Brady Blackburn (Brady Jandreau) is recovering from a traumatic head injury. He lives with his heavy drinking dad and simple, happy sister in a trailer in the Pine Ridge Indian Plantation. His is a setting of sprawl and

In Memoriam of Miloš Forman: a Debt of Gratitude for “Amadeus”

One of the most visceral film-going experiences of my life was when, in 1984, I saw Miloš Forman‘s Amadeus. I was in the eighth grade and had just begun to suspect that movies could be more than commercial blockbusters or teen

In Memoriam of Miloš Forman: a Debt of Gratitude for “Amadeus”

One of the most visceral film-going experiences of my life was when, in 1984, I saw Miloš Forman‘s Amadeus. I was in the eighth grade and had just begun to suspect that movies could be more than commercial blockbusters or teen