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Here we are again. Who would have thought we'd still be here, two years into a pandemic, with 800,000+ Americans dead, with apparently no end in sight (and that is with vaccines)? We are all weary, wa…
Where to begin with 2020? Way back in February when I saw Harrison Ford’s CGI-rific version of The Call of the Wild, there is no way I would have known that it was the last new movie I’d see in a thea…
Hollywood continues to be stuck in a rut of throwing money at the tried and true. More sequels! More reboots! We are getting painstaking "live action" remakes that are technically dazzling, but lackin…
As we come to the end of a year that was particularly vicious in the world and in the media, it makes sense that we've been rushing to the movies for escapism. Apparently speaking to a need, superhero…
Wow, 2017 was exhausting, wasn't it? With a news cycle on hyperspeed and worldwide tensions amped up to nerve-wracking levels, it is unsurprising that we wanted to escape to the movies. Movies looking…
2016 will go down as a rollercoaster, shit-show of a year, whether in regards to the never-ending horrific headlines of violence both at home and abroad, to the astonishing year in politics, to the pu…
In a world of superheroes and sequels, sometimes it is hard to find greatness at the movies (especially when television is so good these days). Also, it was hard to match the stellar quality of films …
Despite the end-of-the-year critics' awards being all over the place, with some saying 2014 was a weak year in the movies, I think it was one of the strongest in years. Here are 10 movies (and one ser…
New York, NY – December 1, 2014 – The New York Film Critics Circle voted today for their picks for the 2014 awards at the Film Society at Lincoln Center. In celebration of the Critics 80th year, the a…
[New York, NY] November 3, 2014: A poll of action cinema's leading directors, performers, stunt people and film experts have revealed John McTiernan’s Die Hard (1988) as the best action film ever. Tim…
Here are some movies I really liked in 2013, in alphabetical order: 12 Years a Slave - The most beautiful horror movie of the year that I'm not sure I want to see again. The content was filled with so…
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Right from the start, this film reached for my heart and squeezed it SO hard. If I wasn't actually crying, I felt like crying through this sweet film about a troubled…