This movie is very difficult to watch at several levels. The personal violence is bloody and brutal, even tortuous. The characters are..
Interview with Kuno Becker, writer/director/star of “Panic 5 Bravo” Dallas, Texas December 2, 2014 Presbyterian Outlook: So, how was it, being inside..
“The Homesman,” based on a novel by Glendon Swarthout, feels like Larry McMurtry’s novels of The Old West. Here, people work very..
What is it about great musicians and addictions? Maybe they sense or feel something at a more expanded level than the rest..
Those of us who have loved the Deep South and have lived in it (this writer has lived in both South Louisiana..
Louis Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) is not a nice guy. We first meet him being caught by a night watchman stealing some construction..
Christine (Nicole Kidman) wakes up every day remembering nothing. She wakes up in bed with a man who claims to be her..
This is an extraordinary movie for music lovers, but even those without the requisite “chops” can still enjoy the sparkling dynamics. Andrew..
There are a couple bothersome things about this film that get in the way of its working well as a “true story.”..
The story of Stephen Hawking is a compelling one, and this film does a very credible job of developing it. Of particular..
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