Movie Review: Russo Brothers ‘Cherry’ isn’t greatness, but it’s pretty close

At one point in the Russo Brothers’ new movie, “Cherry,” Tom Holland’s PTSD-afflicted Nico Walker, a former army medic, gets high in the street. He removes his socks and shoes, shooting heroin into the foot. A few moments earlier, in the midst of a robbery, Walker tells the bank teller to push the button, and … More Movie Review: Russo Brothers ‘Cherry’ isn’t greatness, but it’s pretty close

The riveting ‘Hotel Mumbai’ recounts a terrible tragedy with powerful grace

A little over a decade ago, a world-renowned hotel, The Taj, was under siege when a group of heavily armed gunmen entered the building with one simple goal: kill as many people as possible in the name of Allah, the religious crucible for so many terrorists overseas. Out of the wreckage of a terrible event … More The riveting ‘Hotel Mumbai’ recounts a terrible tragedy with powerful grace

‘Green Book’ Review: Hilarious true story will make you feel good

Certain films hit you just right. You sit down in your seat at the theater hoping for some kind of escape, and get a heartwarming tale about a subject that is unfortunately still ripping through the headlines. The film leans into you with all its might and leaves you with a smile in the end.  … More ‘Green Book’ Review: Hilarious true story will make you feel good

Timothee Chalamet takes ‘Beautiful Boy’ to another level

David Sheff (Steve Carell) doesn’t know what to do. A successful freelance writer with a beautiful family, David seemingly has it all, but there’s just one thing: his oldest son, Nicholas (Timothee Chalamet), is addicted to crystal meth and it’s ruining not only his life, but many lives around him. Beautiful Boy is a hard … More Timothee Chalamet takes ‘Beautiful Boy’ to another level