Movie Review: “Nomadland”

Movie Review: “Nomadland”

When the sheet rock factory in Empire, Nevada, closed in 2011, it left Fern unemployed and adrift. Having lost her husband a few months earlier, and with the locals abandoning the now-dead town, she was left with nothing. So, Fern decided to hit the road in her van,...
Movie Review: “I Care A Lot”

Movie Review: “I Care A Lot”

When someone says, “I care…,” we usually assume they’re talking about other people. That’s the image Marla Grayson wants us to believe, and though she exudes empathy when it helps her achieve her goals, all she really cares about is...
POTD: Eric Idle

POTD: Eric Idle

For the Picture Of The Day, here’s Eric Idle talking about some of his acting roles on screen. He not only touches on the highs (various Monty Python projects), but also the lows, including “An Alan Smithee Film,” “Casper,” and the...
Movie Review: “The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things”

Movie Review: “The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things”

Did we need another movie where the lead character is caught in a time loop, reliving the same day over and over? Not really, but that’s not reason enough to write off “The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things.” As the movie begins, Mark (Kyle Allen) has been...
Movie Review: “Judas and the Black Messiah”

Movie Review: “Judas and the Black Messiah”

As the name implies, “Judas and the Black Messiah” is a story of betrayal. The betrayer is William O’Neal, who is picked up by police early in the movie for stealing a car while pretending to be an FBI agent. Pretty soon a real FBI agent, Roy...
Movie Review: “Land”

Movie Review: “Land”

In “Land,” Robin Wright is Edee, a woman who has gone through some event so traumatic that she wants to get away from civilization entirely. She buys a log cabin atop a mountain in Wyoming and takes a U-Haul trailer full of supplies. Before she moves in,...