(4 Stars) An important film that explores the world of sound.
(3.5 Stars) Pretty to look at, but not enough anger!
(5 Stars) A perfectly crafted movie with profound impact.
(4 Stars) A good telling of an important moment in history that is relevant today.
(4.5 Stars) A terrific thriller that is also a romantic comedy and a social commentary. Fun in many ways, but with an important message.
(5 Stars) An exceptionally well crafted movie that moves you through multiple emotions all while exploring the complexities of social class.
(4.5 Stars) In addition to what you expect, it shows that old folks still have huge creative talent. Still one of the best pictures of 2019.
(3 Stars) Some good moments. But the movie doesn’t quite come together.
(4 Stars) Rousing entertainment placing the viewer right behind the wheel at 200 mph.
(4.5 Stars) Difficult to watch, especially right now. But perhaps necessary.
(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 Stars) Although laced with fun and titillating moments throughout, the movie doesn’t deliver a totally coherent message.
(4.5 Stars) Rami Malek delivers a terrific performance as Freddie Mercury in an excellent film I liked better than the professional critics.
(5 Stars) One of my favorite movies of the year, a black man joins the KKK. Although it sounds like a comedy, this is a Spike Lee movie full of important messages.