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Movie Review: ‘Room’ – Mothers, Children, and Abduction with Brie Larson, Joan Allen, and William H. Macy


'Room' will both scare you and make you cry. It is the best movie I’ve seen this year. It is two movies in one. The first movie is a tense thriller about an abducted teenager, locked in a 10 by 10 sound-proof garden shed as a sex slave for seven years. She finally has an idea of how to escape with her five year old child. The second movie is a psychological study of the effects of abduction, rape, and social and sensory deprivation on its direct and indirect victims. Both stories will grab you. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Shameless’ – ‘Lazarus’


Shameless shows the growth of its central family as they overcome this past year, only to wallop them with new challenges at the end. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Fargo’

Fargo, Movie, Steve Buscemi

I have been a fan  Coen Brothers movies since I saw Raising Arizona, in the 1980s. The 1996 Academy Award winning film Fargo is one of my all-time favorite movies, though a couple others of their films also populate my top ten. Fargo marks the brothers’ return to their home state of Minnesota, though not all Minnesotans appreciated their portrayal. Between ... Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Ernest and Celestine’ at The New York International Children’s Film Festival

Ernest & Celestine at the New York International Children's Film Festival

'Ernest & Celestine' is an offering at the New York International Children's Film Festival which runs until the end of March. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘A Single Shot’


Author Matthew F. Jones has adapted his own novel, A Single Shot, into another Simple Plan-esque thriller. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Sessions

Sort of like The 40 Year Old Virgin, only not as funny. Read More »

Movie Review: The Sessions

Hilarious, heartfelt, and brutally honest. Read More »

TV Review: Shameless (US) – “Father Frank, Full of Grace”

Shameless presents drama in a realistic way, and doesn't concern itself with stories of the week or finale stunts. Read More »

Movie Review: The Lincoln Lawyer

"Well alright," Matthew McConaughey finally makes a great movie. Read More »

TV Review: Shameless

SHOWTIME's Shameless is politically incorrect, disturbing yet hilarious television. Read More »