Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘The Best Of Enemies’

Greetings again from the darkness. It’s easy to complain (and many do) about how Hollywood usually explores racism. Sometimes the stories seem a bit over-simplistic, as with THE HELP, GREEN BOOK, and HIDDEN FIGURES; however, rather than criticize, perhaps we should be thankful for ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Acres And Acres’

Based on a best-selling novel, movie ‘Acres and Acres’ takes us on an interesting ride from the start. Bringing an emotional tale of a dying mother who refuses to moan her terminal illness, while preparing her husband and two sons to live their life ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Hurley’

Review by Bradley Smith Hurley Haywood tells his heartbreaking life story which has been hidden behind his public persona for three decades. This is not just another auto racing documentary; which I admit was my first thought. In addition to the usual racing footage ...Read More

Documentary Review: ‘Baristas’

If you are a loyal and dedicated coffee lover, you will not need this review. Without any second thoughts, go ahead and enjoy this masterpiece that flows in a flawless mode. Like a perfect cup of espresso bringing diverse flavors into a tiny cup, ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Storm Boy’

A beautiful, unique and interesting piece of entertainer, movie ‘Storm Boy’ based on Colin Thiele’s Australian tale introduces us to various unusual bonds of relationship. Set against the backdrop of wonderful ocean in Australia, the movie shows the significance of relating with the nature ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Making Babies’

Review By: Wesley Collins Bringing a baby into the world is truly a special event. Even better when the process is simple, straightforward and takes the allotted 9 months. Unfortunately for Katie and John Kelly, their journey to their ultimate family goal takes every ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Division 19’

Review by Wesley Collins Every writer and filmmaker wants to take the viewers breath away with what they’re able to create on screen. It isn’t always easy of course, as one must be able to blend a myriad of ideas at once to please ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Diane’

Greetings again from the darkness. In a film that is both grounded in realism as well as playing like an ode to underappreciated character actresses, our wonderment turns to full comprehension once we realize this is the work of Kent Jones. Mr. Jones is ...Read More