Movie Reviews

What to See this Weekend: Reviews for “Harriet,” “Motherless Brooklyn” & “Jojo Rabbit”

There’s a little something-for-everyone in theaters this weekend, including two interesting takes on history. If you’re wondering which film to throw your money at, I’ve seen all three and can help. Continue reading →

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FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Motherless Brooklyn” EARLY & FOR FREE

Edward Norton’s got his hands full right now! He stars in and directs the new film Motherless Brooklyn, which he also wrote the screenplay for. It’s about a Private Detective with Tourette’s Syndrome, who investigates a murder in 1950’s New York. Motherless Brooklyn also stars Bruce Willis, Willem Dafoe and Alec Baldwin and I have passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE! Continue reading →

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MOVIE REVIEW: “Glass” Nineteen Years for THIS?

Glass reminds me of playing make-believe in my backyard when I was a little kid.
We’d run around and chase each other, making up the story as we went along. One kid would always get a little out-of-hand and jump on the rest of us (James McAvoy) while someone else would try to play the Mastermind and control everything (Samuel L. Jackson). There was always one kid who seemed embarrassed and kept trying to leave, too (Bruce Willis). Then my big sister would come outside and make-fun of all of us (Sarah Paulson), which would ultimately squash the whole thing.
Yep, that is Glass in a nutshell. Continue reading →