Archive for March, 2021

Review: The Vault

— by RON WILKINSON — Walter and James had a right to be mad. After risking their lives recovering a priceless treasure stolen fair and square by Sir Francis Drake, Spain steals the treasure, fair and square, right back. There is no justice for gutsy cowboy tomb raiders these days. Get ma[...]

Review: Da 5 Bloods

— by BEV QUESTAD — Vietnam, like slavery, is a scar on the American conscience. How four guys, approximately 50 years after serving together in Southeast Asia, were affected by their service is the story of this intense, ambitious film by the greatest director, Spike Lee. Lee brings toge[...]

Review: My Name is Pedro

— by BEV QUESTAD — The guy is lovingly mistaken for Jesus with his dark wavy long hair, lovely smile, and golden face full of light, love and energy. The kids line the halls reaching for his hand. This used to be the assistant superintendent of secondary education for The East Ramapo Cen[...]

Review: Truth to Power

— by BEV QUESTAD — “Art is the way to the heart. The hearts of men can and will change. That change changes the world.” Great was the hope, but little did Serj Tankian, now 53 years old, really consider that his music could bring down a government. Tankian’s great grandfather w[...]

Review: News of the World

— by BEV QUESTAD — Why hasn’t “News of the World” hit the big time? Where are the Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Movie and Best Actor? Tom Hanks plays Captain Kidd, a practical but tortured man who travels from town to town having lost all that is dear. An ex-minister [...]

Review: Nomadland

— by BEV QUESTAD — “Nomadland” is a minimalist presentation with no plot. What is boring is good, what is beautiful is barren, and what is desired is almost nothing. Is this Buddha in America? Of the more than 50 movies I chose to see for the 2020 film season, “Nomadland” was the[...]

Review: City of Lies

— by RON WILKINSON — A gangsta rap artist dies in a hail of bullets after a late night all-out party in L.A. Not so amazing. A few days later, an undercover L.A. cop kills another undercover L.A. cop in an apparent road rage incident. That is a story, and city detective Russell Poole thi[...]

Review: The Courier

— by RON WILKINSON — Sixty years after the fact, we are being treated to a raft of real life spy stories. Kept under wraps due to the most sensitive security concerns are true tales of heroism and mistakes that could have been lethal. Greville Wynne was thrown into Lubyanka prison, a des[...]

Review: Slalom

— by RON WILKINSON — Following on the heels of several years of revelations of sex abuse by coaches and officials in world elite sports this movie puts the facts and figures in a powerful personal perspective. The setting is World Cup skiing and the emotions, betrayals and usuary are uni[...]

Review: Stray

— by BEV QUESTAD — Imagine living as a stray dog in colorful Istanbul where dogs are treated even better than the sacred cows of India. Food scraps are thrown your way and people pet you as you trot by. The only trouble comes from your own kind. Mixed with sage quotes from the Greeks, [&[...]

Best Google Play Movie Throwback

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The Importance of Evoking Emotions in Movies

Movies and music are two forms of entertainment that are very good at evoking the emotions of the listener or the viewer. Music – because it is able to speak to the person who is listening to the song. Movies – because they are able to tell a story that the viewer is able to […][...]

Dance Movies That Will Take You in Time

Even though we might not be able to kick a few moves ourselves, there are a number of Hollywood stars that can get to do that for us. We are still yet to come across an Australian online casino dance themed slot, but there are number of movies that can help compensate for that. Here […][...]

The Most Graphic Movies of all Time

The movie industry has expanded incredibly over the centuries, with media moguls competing to bring the finest entertainment. From black and white pictures to unsurpassed versions of high definition, three-dimensional picture quality movies; it can be said there is nothing that companies like Walt D[...]