“Fighting With My Family” Is Less Than The Sum Of Its Parts

Several intermittent standout moments in Fighting With My Family unfortunately don’t quite add up...

Review: “Used Cars” Is A Charming, Funny Powerplay Between The Bully & The Bullied

Used Cars' creative energy sparks to life thanks to the imaginations of director Robert Zemeckis and co-writer Bob Gale...

Review: “Schlock” Lives Up To Its Title

The opening act from a highly successful Hollywood director admittedly has its moments. But it is also unapologetically juvenile...
Posted On 04 Jul 2019

Review: “The Wrong Box” In The Right Light

An English farce made during the mid-1960s has arguably failed to stand the test of time...
Posted On 02 Jul 2019

Review: “Tin Men” Rusty On Gender

There are times when even Oscar-nominated scriptwriters pen fatally flawed moments...
Posted On 19 Jun 2019

Review: “Parents” Plays With Childhood Fears

This cult classic manages to raise hackles, shine a light into the darkness and embrace childhood fears with originality...
Posted On 03 May 2019

Review: “The Old Dark House” Is No Castle For Bill

When a B-grade Hollywood king teamed up with England’s leading horror studio, the result was somewhat disappointing...
Posted On 24 Apr 2019

Review: The Flagrantly Chauvinistic “Take A Girl Like You” Has Few If Any Redemptive Qualities

When American counter culture was moving film in a different direction, Jonathan Miller’s 1970 effort seems all the more out of touch...
Posted On 20 Apr 2019