Ken Molay is a movie enthusiast with an active Netflix account. He reviews whatever shows up next on his rental list, which may include classics, foreign films, documentaries, or the latest Hollywood blockbuster.
A boy and his cheetah in Africa. Suitable for children, but not complex enough to satisfy adult viewers.
Visually sumptuous and important drama about the fate of widows in traditional Hindu culture.
Interesting academic exercise, putting high school students into a film noir situation, but ill-served by the writing and editing.
Tense and dramatic suspense/thriller based on the true story of a tunnel dug under the Berlin Wall.
A densely layered and convoluted satire on filmmaking, using the most "unfilmable" work in English literature as its subject.
Excellent documentary on the evolution of surfing, appealing to non-surfers by playing up the human element.
Bold, genre-mixing update of a 1606 revenge play.
Fun buddy picture that shows the flip side of Brosnan's sophisticated Bond persona, but a bit too lightweight.
Excellent self-referential comedy/action/mystery with many nods to film noir conventions and classics.
A 1968 period piece showcasing the clash of the conformist establishment with the hippie subculture.