GOLDA Movie Review

In case you’re unaware of exactly who Gold Meir (Helen Mirren) was and what she did, the beginning of the film shows us some old newspaper clippings and TV spots telling you a little you should know about what was going on around the time she entered the picture, being voted in as Prime Minister.

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Emily Movie Review

Once thought of as actress Frances O’Connor from such films as “Mansfield Park,” “A.I.: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE” and “The Conjuring 2,” she’s now Actress, Writer, and Director Frances O’Connor. And what an undertaking she took on for her debut film. I must first mention what a fine job she did choosing her cast and crew. Abel Korzeniowski’s score is nothing short of transcendent. During the opening credits, it’ll have you in the mood for something heavy and exciting to watch. And this will be the case during the remainder of the film. She couldn’t have picked a better costume designer, cinematographer, or cast, either.

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Mass Movie Review


“Mass” was written and directed by actor Fran Kranz, who you’ve seen in such films as “Training Day,” “Cabin in the Woods,” and “The Village.” Actually, this is his writing and directorial debut. Still, with all the acting credits listed next to his name, I wasn’t too worried about whether or not he’d be a good storyteller. And what do you know, I wasn’t disappointed. You won’t be either.
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The Loneliest Whale: The Search for 52

I have a question for you. When you watch a movie trailer, you’re typically searching for one thing, am I right? That one thing is the answer to whether or not you want to watch a particular movie. But the case for watching this film comes from a quote within the film… so you have to see it. Read more