Film Review: A Most Violent Year

Abel Morales, who considers himself an ethical man, is in the heating oil business in NYC. There are those who aren’t so happy with his presence. This film ensues.

Film Review: Mortdecai

I’m not quite sure why the nation’s movie critics have chosen to mercilessly pan this silly comedy, which I found enjoyable.

Film Review: Selma

That some of the issues protested during the 1960s civil rights movement still exist today make this a most relevant movie.

Film Review: Big Eyes

A little less Christoph Walz, and this might have been a lot better movie. As it is, it’s an enjoyable curiosity.

Film Review: Horrible Bosses 2

This sequel to a rather mundane and forgettable comedy is actually mildly humorous, and may well be worth your time. Whodathunkit?

Film Review: Dear White People

The is a stunning film debut. Justin Simien has created a most entertaining skewering of racial politics in America.