The Post: Film Review

If you were to tell me that Steven Spielberg is directing a new flick that’s coming out around Oscar season that has a plot about the Pentagon Papers and has an ensemble cast that includes the likes of Oscar winners Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, there’s no way that can’t be a bad idea. The […]

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Darkest Hour: Film Review

Perhaps the easiest way to possibly win an Oscar is to portray a historical figure that makes that actor invisible by comparison. Many have already played their part of Prime Minister Winston Churchill in years past. We’ve already seen John Lithgow in what he did with The Crown, which won him an Emmy for his […]

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Molly’s Game: Film Review

Anytime Aaron Sorkin is a part of a movie, who can’t be excited about that. To me, he’s one of the best screenwriters working in Hollywood with his creative mind known for writing The Social Network, Steve Jobs, The West Wing, etc. But now he finally jumps into the director’s chair as he both writes/directs […]

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I, Tonya: Film Review

The types of famous celebrities that many people will have a tough time trusting again are athletes. One of the perfect examples of this is, of course, former figure skater Tonya Harding. I wasn’t born in 1994 with that whole “incident’ at the 1994 Olympics with Nancy Kerrigan, but it was known for tarnishing her […]

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