(4 Stars) An important film that explores the world of sound.
(3 Stars) Powerful Performances from Boseman and Davis, but it is still a play.
(5 Stars) A perfectly crafted movie with profound impact.
(3.5 Stars). Technically near perfect, but ‘Where’s the beef?’
(4 Stars) A look at a troubled man and a tough time in Hollywood.
(4.5 Stars) A sometimes difficult movie to watch, but with powerful moments. The boundaries between love and hate are thin.
(4 Stars) An intriguing portrait of two men arguing the nature of the Pope, the Church, and society.
(3.5 Stars) A movie Of Hollywood, By Hollywood, and, most importantly, FOR Hollywood!
(4.5 Stars) Difficult to watch, especially right now. But perhaps necessary.
(4 Stars) Subtle and Multi-layered. Almodovar, Banderas, and Cruz at the top of their games.
(3 Stars) Willem DaFoe plays Van Gogh in a movie built much like an expressionistic painting.
(3.5 Stars) Liberals will find humor and lots to support disliking Cheney. Conservatives, well, maybe you should avoid this one.
(4.5 Stars) Best Picture Winner and a compelling tale of two men, unlikely partners in a road-trip through the Deep South. One of the better movies of the year.
(3.5 Stars) In yet another remake, Lady Gaga shows she can act better than Bradley Cooper can sing. Its OK if you’re into sappy romances.
(4.5 Stars) Rami Malek delivers a terrific performance as Freddie Mercury in an excellent film I liked better than the professional critics.