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Blu-ray Review: ‘John Wick’ starring Keanu Reeves

John Wick, Keanu Reeves, Willem Dafoe

John Wick is a definite must-own and warrants a blind buy for any action fan. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Boyhood’ – Not Just About a Boy

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In capturing the essence of one “boyhood” Linklater has done something more indelible – he has caught up the essence of life for all of us who have gone through growing up and have experienced loss, love, and awareness. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Price of Following Your Dreams’

Rebekah Starr

'My Way' and 'Kumiko': Two new films that explore the beauty and consequences of following your dreams. Read More »

Sundance 2015: ‘It Follows,’ ‘Reversal,’ ‘The Nightmare,’ and ‘Hellions’

Sundance, Sundance 2015, Sundance Film Festival, Reversal, Park City at Midnight

A round up of films from the Park City at Midnight section of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Read More »

Chris Kyle and ‘American Sniper’ – The Book, the Movie, and the Philosophy of War

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The impression Chris Kyle gives in his book, of being a gun-obsessed, resilient, judgmental war professional, is quite different from his filmic counterpart. Read More »

Movie Review: J.C. Chandor’s ‘A Most Violent Year’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain

A Violent Year

Chandor's terrific new film "A Violent Year," is an absorbing character study that recalls the gritty Lumet and Coppola dramas of the 1970s. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘American Sniper’ Continues the Debate Regarding Art and Truth

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Bradley Cooper is an actor playing a character in a fictional version of a true story. That is a qualifier in this and most films that are “based on a true story.” Read More »

New York Jewish Film Festival Movie Review: ‘The Dune’

Yossi Aviram's "The Dune"

In the film "The Sand Dune" Director Yossi Aviram tantalizes his viewers with just enough information and visual interest to create vitality in a work that completely engages from beginning to end. Read More »

Movie Review: Amos Gitai’s ‘Tsili’ at the New York Jewish Film Festival

Sarah Adler in Tsili

In crafting a worthy adaptation of Aharon Appelfield's Tsili, Amos Gitai's attempts are appreciable in translating the novel's power and beauty. Read More »

Blu-ray 3D Review: Laika’s Oscar-Nominated ‘Boxtrolls’

Boxtrolls, Laika, Academy Awards, Oscar-Nominated

Boxtrolls is the best animated feature you probably didn’t see last year. Read More »