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Interview: Johnny Alonso – ‘Chronology’ and ‘Gotham’ Season Two

Johnny Alonso

Blogcritics talk to "Gotham"'s Johnny Alonso about his series and his new movie, "Chronology." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Suffragette,’ Starring Carey Mulligan, with Meryl Streep

Carey Mulligan, 'Suffragette'

Looking back to the past, what women did to gain suffrage represented an amazing effort and it eventually included violence. With the determination they exhibited, it should make every man proud of women's potential to do exploits. Their capabilities were and still are astounding. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Rififi’ – Film-noir Heist Flick All Filmmakers and Everyone Else Should Watch


The 1955 film Rififi should be screened and studied by every screenwriter and filmmaker. It is a near perfect example of a heist flick. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Paulette’

Bernadette Lafont, 'PAULETTE'

Old folks are not supposed to be tampering with drugs unless they are prescription medications. When Paulette is desperate to stay one step ahead of the bill collectors, she sees some young unemployed punks in her neighborhood with a wad of Euros that she desperately needs. How she manages to get her hands on such cash is hysterical and very real. It is also dangerous. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Ricki and the Flash’ – Meryl Streep Is Terrific

Springfield and Streep

Meryl Streep's "Ricki and the Flash" - get the soundtrack, it's the best part! Enjoyable, uneven music movie about a has-been rocker, her band and her complicated family life. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Tom at the Farm’ Is a Haunting, Homoerotic Hitchcock Homage


Xavier Dolan's psychosexual thriller from 2013 finally receives a U.S. release, and it was worth the wait. Read More »

Film News: Tom Holland Discusses the 30th Anniversary of ‘Fright Night’

Tom Holland

The director amused the audience with what he’d incorporate if the chance ever arose: bringing Charley Brewster back to the house and letting his teenage children handle any problematic neighbors Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: The Who – ‘Live at Shea Stadium 1982′


For longtime fans of The Who (of which I consider myself one, seeing them three times live), The Who - 'Live at Shea Stadium 1982' is a rare treat. Read More »

Movie Review: Not Even Bret Easton Ellis Can Save Us from ‘The Curse of Downers Grove’

The Curse of Downers Grove, Michael Hornburg, Bret Easton Ellis, Bella Heathcoate, Penelope Mitchell, Kevin Zegers, Zane Holtz, Derick Martini, Tom Arnold

With "The Curse of Downers Grove," horror fans will be left wondering what they just watched and Ellis fans will be left searching elsewhere for his missing sardonic wit. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Meru’ Documents Elite Climbers’ Harrowing Attempts on Unconquered Himalayan Route

Meru film

Something gets into these elite climbers' blood and makes the next great challenge impossible for them to resist. Read More »