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Month: January 2018
‘Phantom Thread’ sends Daniel Day Lewis out in style
When I think of true artists, a hill comes to mind. The artist stands on top of the hill, blasting his greatness across the world, forbidding connection and sadly, love. … Continue reading ‘Phantom Thread’ sends Daniel Day Lewis out in style
‘The Grey’: Joe Carnahan’s masterpiece resonates six years later
How a man recaptured his soul in the wilderness.
’12 Strong’ is a ferocious tribute to the Horse Soldiers
When terrorists struck a blow deep in the heart of The United States on Sept. 11, 2001, there were two questions that lingered: how could this happen, and would it … Continue reading ’12 Strong’ is a ferocious tribute to the Horse Soldiers
‘The Post’ reminds you of the greatness and power of newspapers
Hanks, Streep, and Spielberg knock it out of the park
‘Molly’s Game’ grabs your attention and never lets go
Bravo, Aaron Sorkin!
‘Wonder Wheel’ is Woody Allen at his worst
Try not to fall asleep during this flick.
Five Things I know
Ford, aging, cold, and Kaczynski teasing.
‘All the Money in the World’ doesn’t live up to the hype
Christopher Plummer isn’t bad, but the entire movie seems arbitrary.
2017 Movies: The great, good, bad, and ugly
Before I break into the good, bad, and ugly of the 2017 year in film, let me put this out there: this was an incredible year for the movies. I … Continue reading 2017 Movies: The great, good, bad, and ugly