Review: “The Unholy” Finds A Little Redemption

Looking back, it’s not difficult to pinpoint a few of the obvious problems with this movie...
Posted On 08 Jul 2019

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: Bernard Hill Ensures “Bellman And True” Has Reason To Be Remembered

Bernard Hill's combination of everyman defiance and nagging melancholy puts his performance alongside the powerhouse turn of Bob Hoskins in Mona Lisa...

Review: War Reporters “Under Fire” In Roger Spottiswoode’s Excellent Political Thriller

A subtly powerful geopolitical thriller built around the virtues and vice of war reporters...

A Youthful Desire To Grow Up: Remembering “License To Drive”

License To Drive is a fun, lively comedy that, despite cultural and technological changes, holds up well today...

Review: “Salvador” Is A Daring Piece Of Maverick Filmmaking

A thrilling and violent look at the chaos of war as seen through the lens of an amoral photojournalist...
Posted On 24 Jan 2019

Review: “Born Of Fire” Boggles The Mind

Prepare to have your mind boggled in Jamil Dehlavi's Born of Fire...

Review: “Missing” Turns Political Turmoil Into A Personal Affair

Missing charts a wife and father's attempts to discover the whereabouts of a missing journalist in 1973 Chile...