Carmen Review- Two Distinct Aspects of this Film Didn’t Fit Together Entirely

Sometimes I get excited when I see new actors and actresses that are coming up in Hollywood in a film together. Two actors in this scenario are Melissa Barrera and Paul Mescal. The latter is coming off of an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in After Son. And Barrera has already amassed a handfulContinue reading “Carmen Review- Two Distinct Aspects of this Film Didn’t Fit Together Entirely”

The Son Review-Zeller analyzes a different kind of illness this time out

Florian Zeller wrote and directed The Father a couple of years in which Anthony Hopkins won his second Academy Award for playing an elderly gentleman who suffers from dementia. This was controversial because he beat out Chadwick Boseman who would have won a posthumous Oscar for his role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. The SonContinue reading “The Son Review-Zeller analyzes a different kind of illness this time out”

The Phantom of the Open Review

There is one thing about movies that I have always loved: a little slice of life story that I may have never heard that gets the big-screen treatment. Sony Pictures Classics is good for bringing these types of stories to life. The Phantom of the Open is such a film. I’m sure many people were like meContinue reading “The Phantom of the Open Review”

Mothering Sunday Review

Films and Television shows such as Downton Abbey, Gosford Park, and Howards End have shed light on the service industry in Great Britain and the British Isles. They show this world in a way they haven’t been shown before. They give credence to people who otherwise wouldn’t be discussed very much in these mediums. Mothering Sunday is another film that dealsContinue reading “Mothering Sunday Review”

Julia Review

When I think of Julia Child, I think of the film Julie & Julia directed by Nora Ephron and starring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams, about a woman who decided to do a blog about cooking all of Child’s recipes from her book The Art of French Cooking. The film had a lot of heart and three greatContinue reading “Julia Review”