Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘Ladies In Black’

Review by James Lindorf In the early 80’s, Director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy) scored two Academy Award® nominations for his Australian centered films, Breaker Morant and Tender Mercies. He returned to his roots with his latest project, Ladies in Black, an adaptation of ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘A Dog’s Journey’

Review by Monique Thompson Some friendships transcend lifetimes. In A Dog’s Journey, the sequel to the heartwarming global hit A Dog’s Purpose, beloved dog Bailey finds his new destiny and forms an unbreakable bond that will lead him, and the people he loves, to ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Sun Is Also A Star’

Greetings again from the darkness. Taking star-crossed lovers to a new dimension, director Ry Russo-Young (BEFORE I FALL, 2017) presents Nicola Yoon’s best-selling YA novel as a traditional love-at-first-sight romance augmented with contemporary twists and issues. Tracy Oliver (GIRLS TRIP, 2017) adapted the story ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Professor’

Greetings again from the darkness. Cancer comedies are few and far between, and that’s understandable since the often deadly disease brings with it so much suffering and sadness. Writer-Director Wayne Roberts pulls no punches. The opening scene finds a doctor breaking the dreaded diagnosis ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Ask For Jane’

Greetings again from the darkness. Sometimes the message of a movie is so much more important than the production quality that we can look past the ‘how’ that would normally make watching a chore, and instead focus on the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ to ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Triple Frontier’

Triple Frontier is an action-packed thriller from director J. C. Chandor, featured on Netflix. With a script from The Hurt Locker writer Mark Boal and producer Katherine Bigelow, this is a typically vivid story of retired soldiers doing it for themselves. Set in the jungles ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Don’t Look’

Review by Jay Bowman Don’t Look presents itself as a tribute to slasher films of the genre’s boom period, and with that offers all the expected beats with very little else. There’s blood, there’s nudity, and there’s a masked killer all crammed into a ...Read More