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On one hand, this represents a new angle on the Capone legend. Unfortunately, this is also an eccentric, unpleasant film that gets lost telling a story nobody was asking to hear.
For all its flaws, Harriet remains a film worth seeing. Tubman’s life occupies a crucial place in American history.
In Motherless Brooklyn, writer-director-star Edward Norton paints with brilliant brush strokes, but he doesn’t know when to step back from the canvas.
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For this episode, we bring in a special guest, Daniel Gimlin, to discuss Scorsese’s Marvel comments, and talk about The Irishman. We also drink The Bull, a delicious, fruit-forward red wine.
For this episode, we talk El Camino, and drink some delicious bubbly from New Mexico.
s an epilogue to the phenomenal Breaking Bad series, El Camino never aims to blow the mythology wide…
For this surprise episode, we talk about Joaquin Phoenix’s incarnation of the Joker. Plus, we drink some tasty red wine.
What we’re left with is a well-made movie with brilliant performances, but it’s also an unpleasant and exhausting cinematic experience.
Judy is a sad story of an incredible woman who gave her all to the entertainment industry, only to be steamrolled by it.
With compassion, restraint, and considerable skill, The Farewell gives us a family whose grief both unites them, and sets them at odds with each other.
“Movies are like an expensive form of therapy for me.”
The Devil All the Time (2020)
For 138 minutes, the filmmakers invite us to wallow in the slop, along with a platoon of unpleasant, unredeemable characters. Read more…
Devotees of the 1998 classic will find homages sprinkled throughout the story, right alongside a host of welcome changes. Read more…
The Rental (2020)
Horror skeptics take heed from one of your own: This one might just scare the be-jeebers outta ya. Read more…
Bill and Ted Face the Music (2020)
As for me, I'll feel safe in saying that this movie made me laugh out loud more than once. No way? Yes. Way. Read more…
Boys State (2020)
Whatever your political proclivities may be, Boys State is likely to make you laugh, make you angry, or even inspire you, sometimes within the span on a single speech. Read more…